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While the Dow Jones does its best impression of a roller coaster, some economists are hailing new data as a strong indicator of a healthy economy overall. Since 2011, the number of bankruptcies filed in the United States has been cut in half. The number of U.S. businesses filing for bankruptcy dropped by...

China’s economy is facing a huge challenge. The online money market funds that rolled in 2013 were supposed to shake up the Asian nation’s...

The Athens Stock Exchange had only been open for a matter of minutes after its five week hiatus before investors began breaking down into tears as their...

To rent, or not to rent? For many Millennials, that is definitely not the question. Many young Americans are more likely to ask, “To pay my student...

On Monday, July 20, insurance giant MetLife revealed its first longevity annuity for individuals’ retirement accounts, making it the latest firm...

Despite an ostensibly strong showing in previous years, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) are starting to lose their strength. Sddt.com reports...

Feel like a latte with your loan? A Capital One branch is hoping that a new initiative, in which cafes will be located inside bank branches, will pay...

Transportation and storage company Sea-3, Inc. is trying to expand its operations at its Newington, New Hampshire plant. Seacoastonline.com reports that...

On Tuesday, July 7, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced a surge in affordable housing construction in the New England city. Even though Boston is one...

In February, the most prestigious international financial institution in the world, the International Monetary Fund, rated China as the number...