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For-profit colleges, which have some of the highest rates of loan defaults, will see new regulations.
The euro has been like a brick: You can throw it, just not very far. But that's only temporary, Goldman says, tipping near-parity with the dollar.
With Greece's debt crisis in the spotlight, market pros are keeping their eyes out for other potential problems looming in the horizon.
It follows news earlier Tuesday that Puerto Rico will make a July 1 coupon payment of $645.2 million on its general obligation debt.
With Puerto Rico saying it can't pay its $72 billion debt, bond investors worry whether bond insurers can cover a looming default.
Puerto Rico's governor says the island's debts are "not payable," but many U.S. municipal and high-yield funds hold its bonds.
Media consultant Mark Macias says it will be a total disaster if Donald Trump gets a spot in any presidential debate.
While the world puts pressure on Greece to face reality, it's actually creditors who need the wake-up call right now, says Dan Alpert.
One report notes that Puerto Rico's close association with the United States is both a benefit and a curse when it comes to the island's economy.
Greece's left-wing government has cast itself as the victim of Europe's stingy rich, but the country's poorer neighbors aren't buying the story.
As Puerto Rico's dire fiscal and economic situation becomes more acute, it could see its population decreasing even further.
Forty-two percent of adult men reported bringing credit card debt to their relationships, but only 29 percent of women did, says a new survey.
Four issues facing world markets š Greece, China, Puerto Rico and a Fed rate hike — could add up to trouble for U.S. stocks, says Ron Insana.
Thirteen prominent economists from around the world call on Greece to sign a credible agreement with the Europeans now.
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China's shadow banks have fueled a surge in unregulated margin lending driving the market's recent dizzying gains. The Financial Times reports.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was not possible to find new money for Greece beyond what was left in its second bailout program at this stage.
Americans are losing sleep at night worrying about financial stress. Here is Jean Chatzky's advice on how to get more hours of rest, TODAY reports.
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The standoff between Athens and its creditors that exploded into the open on Wednesday has focused on pension reforms. The Financial Times reports.