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US Bank Earnings Rose 7.3 Percent in April-June Quarter

By Marcy Gordon | Sep 4
U.S. banks' earnings jumped 7.3 percent in the April-June period from a year earlier as revenues increased and the volume of soured loans banks had to write off fell to the lowest level since before the financial crisis.

You Can't Control Much, But You Can Control Investment Fees

By Stan Choe | Sep 2
Although you can't control what happens in Shanghai -- or the fact that troubles in China can drag down stocks here by 10 percent in just over a week -- you do have control over one crucial factor affecting your portfolio: how much you pay in expenses.

Investors are Fleeing Once-Popular Emerging Markets

By Bernard Condon, Matthew Craft | Sep 2
If you think investors in U.S. stocks have had it rough, consider the hapless folks who followed Wall Street's advice to buy emerging-market stocks.

Stay the Course: Fund Managers Hold Steady as Markets Tumble

By Stan Choe | Aug 27
When markets around the world started falling last week, the first reaction of stock-fund manager Craig Hodges was to do nothing. It wasn't until Monday morning, as the Dow Jones industrial average plummeted when Hodges was ready to make a move.

Wall Street's Wild Ride

Aug 26
David Nelson, Chief Strategist at Belpointe Asset Management, discuss what's happening in the financial markets.

Q&A: What a Stock Market 'Correction' Means to You

Aug 26
The stock market's steep decline this month has pushed the Dow Jones industrial average, the Standard & Poor's 500 index and the Nasdaq composite into what is known as "correction" territory.

Why Stocks are Tumbling 6 Years into the Bull Market

By Bernard Condon, Ken Sweet | Aug 25
For years, investors in U.S. stocks shrugged off threats - a government shutdown, fear of a euro collapse, a near U.S. debt default - and just kept on buying.

Twitter's Stock Falls Below IPO Price on User Growth Worries

Aug 21
Twitter's battered shares dipped below their IPO price on Thursday as investors worry about the company's ability to grow its user base.

IRS: Computer Breach Bigger Than First Thought; 334K Victims

By Stephen Ohlemacher | Aug 18
A computer breach at the IRS in which thieves stole tax information from thousands of taxpayers is much bigger than the agency originally disclosed. An additional 220,000 potential victims had information stolen from an IRS website.

College Student Uses Solar Power to Save on Housing Expenses

Aug 18
A college student in Vermont is living in a 96-square-foot house he built to reduce his carbon footprint - and save money.

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