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Stock futures are little changed after major averages finish higher in volatile session
Today 18:03 EST
The Fox News reporter, Peter Doocy, had asked President Biden if inflation was a political liability to him or an asset.
A new SmartAsset report looks at how much earners need to make in each state to be in the top 1%, according to IRS data.
A Georgia judge approved creating a special grand jury for a criminal investigation of former President Donald Trump for interference in the 2020 election.
With the Federal Reserve expected to raise interest rates in 2022, consider switching to fixed-rate loans and paying down existing credit card debt.
Stalemate in Rome as Italy looks to choose a new president
Today 16:20 EST
Italy is facing political deadlock after lawmakers failed to reach an agreement on who should become the country's next president.
IBM reports 6% revenue growth in fourth quarter after spinout of managed infrastructure business
Today 16:11 EST
IBM's revenue growth accelerated, and the company's net income jumped in the quarter after the spinout of a major part of its business.
Republican Virginia attorney general fires January 6 investigator from university post
Today 16:00 EST
The top staff investigator for the House Jan. 6 panel was fired from his position at the University of Virginia by the state's new GOP attorney general.
Short sellers are up $114 billion this year with winning bets against Tesla and Netflix
Today 15:34 EST
The short-selling cohort has gained $114 billion in January mark-to-market profits as of Friday's close, according to data from S3 Partners.
Here's the financial assistance that could make the cut in Biden's smaller Build Back Better
Today 15:32 EST
As the U.S. economy has rebounded, more aid to Americans will likely be scaled down. Here's what proposals could still get passed by Congress.
Bitcoin dropped about 50% from its all-time high–but experts warn ‘downturns like this are normal'
Today 15:16 EST
As the cryptocurrency market selloff continues on Monday, here's how financial experts recommend withstanding the highs and lows.
Here's how much you would have if you invested $1,000 in bitcoin at the start of 2022
Today 14:58 EST
Price dips in bitcoin and ethereum may offer some investors a chance to jump into cryptocurrencies. Here's what you need to know.
Mark Cuban gave this 19-year-old founder a $400,000 'Shark Tank' deal — and asked her to meet his 2 daughters
Today 14:58 EST
Mark Cuban "got emotional" after listening to this 'Shark Tank' entrepreneur's pitch. Now, he wants the 19-year-old start-up founder to mentor his daughters, too.
Merrill Lynch fires advisor James Iannazzo after arrest for TikTok filmed rant, drink toss at smoothie worker
Today 14:11 EST
James Iannazzo, a Merrill Lynch financial advisor, said his son went into anaphylactic shock after drinking a smoothie from a Connecticut store.
The S&P 500 is on track for its worst January ever. Here’s why stocks are getting hit so hard
Today 13:59 EST
Netflix shares fall near pre-pandemic level as investors fear slowing subscriber growth, competition
Today 13:55 EST
Netflix tumbled for a second day on Monday after the company's weaker-than-expected subscriber forecast.
If you're heading back to work and you're on Medicare, it may make sense to drop your coverage in favor of a new workplace plan.
Raffi Garabedian spent a dozen years developing solar tech. Now, he's leading a stacked team to remake the tech at the heart of clean hydrogen production.
Both Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have said in recent days that they see the Fed continuing to tighten to address inflation pressures.
Jim Chanos says the notion that the Fed will always bail out the stock market is dangerous
Today 13:10 EST
Short-seller Jim Chanos said the belief that the Federal Reserve will always rescue the stock market from steep losses is reckless.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Netflix, Kohl's, Wynn Resorts, General Motors and more
Today 12:59 EST
More than 30% of Americans admit they have committed some form of financial infidelity, according to a survey from CreditCards.Com.
Biden to hold call with European leaders as situation at Ukraine-Russia border deteriorates
Today 12:47 EST
President Biden is considering sending U.S. troops to Eastern Europe amid the rapidly deteriorating security situation on Ukraine's border with Russia.
27 lawmakers call on House leaders to 'swiftly' ban members from trading stock in office
Today 12:36 EST
More than two dozen House members are calling for leadership to "swiftly" ban members of Congress from owning or trading stocks while in office.
Shares of Rivian and other EV start-ups tank amid stock sell-off
Today 12:31 EST
Shares of Rivian and other EV start-ups tumbled Monday to 52-week or record lows, as many investors seek safer investments amid a broader market sell-off.
Here's what you need to know about getting free at-home Covid tests with your health insurance
Today 12:28 EST
Rules around how to get your free at-home Covid tests vary from one health insurance plan to the next. Here's what you need to know.
'Our account had less than $1': This couple made nearly $120,000 in under 6 hours selling NFTs to save their home from foreclosure
Today 12:09 EST
Thorne Melcher and Mandy Musselwhite launched a collection of NFTs and raised nearly $120,000 in less than six hours to save their home from foreclosure.
Congress hasn't offered a federal tax break on jobless benefits collected in 2021. That may surprise taxpayers, since one was available the prior year.