HELSINKI, June 19- Finland on Wednesday slashed the outlook for its economy, predicting it will shrink for the year, raising doubts about its reputation as one of the euro zone's healthiest economies. The finance ministry said it now expects Finland's gross domestic product to shrink 0.4 percent this year instead of growing 0.4 percent as it forecast in March.» Read More
Throw out everything you may remember about the good old days. Here’s the information you need now to get a home loan. It starts with good credit.
Should I do it myself or asking my banker to assist me? Here's a better idea, courtest of John Ulzhheimer.
In an era that some might call corporate welfare, Cramer discusses who needs to generate their own cash.
Looking for a silver lining of the recession? Our national savings rate is the highest it's been in nearly 15 years.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: Carmen gets the facts about the president's new plan to help small businesses straight from the acting administrator of the SBA.
It all depends on how it is reported to the credit bureaus, John Ulzheimer says.
There’s growing concern in some circles that the President’s economic policies are confusing massive stimulus with Big Government and will thus deliver a muted recovery in the next year.
The majority of college students have to take on debt to get through school. But not all student loans are made equal.
Don’t be afraid to saddle your kids with some loans, Carmen says. It's better than risking your retirement.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: John Ulzheimer reveals the top three things you can do to hurt your credit without even knowing it.
Good planning and an understanding of a very complicated system of saving for college and getting aid can earn and save you thousands.
Barclays shares jumped Tuesday as Credit Suisse upgraded the stock to "outperform" from "neutral", saying there are chances the bank will use the government's asset protection scheme.
Also, the CEO of Fair Isaac breaks down how the credit bureaus come up with your scores.
John Ulzheimer explains the difference in regard to credit counselors.
The figure of $1.3 trillion for the exposure of Western banks to the Central and Eastern European region reported by the Bank for International Settlements is too high, Andreas Treichl, CEO of Erste Bank, one of the biggest banks operating in CEE, told CNBC Wednesday.
The banks need another bailout and countless homeowners cannot handle their mortgage payments, but one group is paying its bills: the dead. The New York Times reports.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: John Ulzheimer reveals how you can effectively dispute an error on your credit report.
American International Group should be allowed to go bankrupt because keeping it and other sick financials alive on government support risks ruining the US economy, legendary investor Jim Rogers told CNBC Tuesday.
Bud is a self-described 'old guy' with good credit and no debt. So is a high-interest credit card that he barely uses helping or hurting his credit score?
The unpalatable truth is that equity markets seem the purest measure of investor confidence, corporate health and economic prediction.