Young people shouldn't wait until they graduate college to start building their credit history.
Bryan Goh of Bordier & Cie explains why he is going to be moving towards buying riskier bonds with ratings such as 'BB' and 'B.'
Riskier borrowers could see their credit scores rise as a result of two programs rolling out in 2019. Yet credit card APRs are at record highs and new customers need to be careful.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is "very worried" about the ballooning amount of United States debt.
Fitch warned the ongoing U.S. government shutdown could soon start to negatively impact the debt ceiling.
Navigating the world of points and cash back deals can seem daunting but can be rewarding. Here are some simple ways to get started.
Eugene Tarzimanov of Moody's Investors Service says the track record and risk management of Singapore banks are "quite good," which prevents losses from materializing.
Jan Friederich of Fitch Ratings says it is "difficult to overstate" the importance of politics when it comes to credit ratings.
Credit analysts disclose a number of factors they use to arrive at ratings. Though their opinion of the U.S. president isn't usually listed, it still affects how Wall Street's debt judges assess default risk.
Twenty-nine percent of parents have had children under 18 use their credit or debit cards without their permission. Here's how to talk with your kids to prevent that from happening.
Luca Cico of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macao says the Italian government and the European Commission need to find a "good compromise."
Sun has some tips on how people can capitalize on their credit card perks.
Oct 2- Ratings agency Standard& Poor's cut General Electric Co's credit rating on Tuesday, a day after the conglomerate announced a $23 billion charge related to its power business and ousted its chief executive officer. The company replaced CEO John Flannery with board member and turnaround specialist Larry Culp. While the latest change was an additional...
Jim Cramer sits down with S&P Global President and CEO Douglas Peterson to discuss how his financial services and ratings giant has changed its ways since 2008.
The three major credit rating firms have changed the way they deal with negative credit information, including unpaid bills and debts. The result: People are seeing their scores edge up.
More than one in five credit card users thinks that checking their credit score will lower it, according to a study by Discover.
Since the Equifax hack last year, cybersecurity stocks have quietly outperformed amid market turmoil
Many people are mistaken about the key factors that determine their credit score. Worse, they don't know the three easiest ways that can quickly pull it up.
You can pay for nearly anything with credit cards but here are six expenses to never put on plastic, according to Experian.
The new chief executive of Germany's flagship lender has conceded the bank faces an uphill battle against a barrage of bad "newsflow."