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U.S. equities finished mostly higher in another volatile session, as a busy day unfolded with the unofficial start to Q3 earnings season kicking off and the markets receiving their first look at the September inflation picture.
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The desire to get your money’s worth can lead you in some potentially harmful directions.
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Here are 10 tricks we sometimes play on ourselves when it comes to money—and how to treat yourself better.
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Bulls look to add to weekly gains, buoyed by earnings & data.
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With the debt ceiling issue out of the way for now, earnings which have been pretty good so far, are likely to drive the equity markets in the near-term. The indicators point to continued positive momentum for next week.
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Traders Consider Longevity of Premium Coffee Prices
How to stay ahead of the cybersecurity curve and combat increasingly sophisticated scams.
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Avoiding simple mistakes can extend the life of your portfolio.
The pandemic has wrought havoc on the global system of trade. What does that mean for the markets and the holiday shopping season?
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What to know about the market’s two most volatile trading hours.

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