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Senior citizens are probably more willing to accept a little advice than seniors in high school. Helping aging parents be as prepared as possible for the next stages of their lives can go a long way toward creating harmony for the whole family.
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Investors can probably expect solid gains for their 2012 stock portfolios. But the fortunes of individual sectors will also rise and fall in the years ahead, depending on which political party wins the White House in November.
With more people worried about the finances of retirement, the concept of a guaranteed income stream for life is gaining in popularity.
Investors in the €1.1tn European money market fund industry are facing losses as big managers prepare to pass on the impact of negative short-term interest rates, the Financial Times reports.
Wary of geopolitical tumult and eager for their first quiet August in years, some hedge-fund managers scaled back the size and scope of their bets in recent weeks, a pullback that was reflected, say traders, in muted monthly returns.
Paul Sankey, Deutsche Bank analyst, explains his bearish call on global oil.
David Cameron began an overhaul of his ministerial team on Monday night, in a reshuffle that No 10 said would inject “fighting spirit” into the coalition and promote bright young ministers with a record of delivery. The FT reports.
Expectations of change or decisive action to deal with growing euro zone debt problems result in short-lived rallies for the single currency followed by a resumption of the long-term downtrend.
Discussing the impact of Bernanke's policies on foreign exchange markets and the U.S. dollar, with Nick Bennenbroek, Wells Fargo.
Ira Jersey, Credit Suisse director of U.S. interest rate strategy, provides perspective on the Fed's near zero interest rate policy and its impact on the market.
Many feel that Greece's fate, including its continued membership of the eurozone, rests in the hands of the Troika, those charged with evaluating Greek's reform efforts, its financing needs and how they should be met.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides a preview of Ben Bernanke's speech on making a case for "non-traditional" policy measures.
Is it time for some eurozone governments to start selling that metaphorical family silver? Or, more specifically look at their all-too-real gold reserves, to find a solution to Europe’s crisis? That is a question which has recently been buzzing around in some policy making and investing circles. The FT reports.
When the world’s central bankers make their annual trip to Jackson Hole it often makes news. But seldom has a central banker’s non-attendance at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s symposium grabbed so many headlines as ECB president Mario Draghi’s decision this week to pull out. The FT reports.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Sharon Epperson report on what's moving the markets in early morning trading, and an update on damage from Hurricane Isaac, from CNBC's Brian Shactman.
Breaking down the latest numbers on the nation's GDP, and a look ahead to Jackson Hole, with Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management, and Nathan Sheets, Citigroup global head of international economics.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day as he answers your mail.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says you should take what commentators say with a healthy dose of suspicion.
How to tell if a company is misleading you, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.