November U.S. auto sales ran at their strongest pace in more than six years, aided by sales promotions, but there were also signs that competitive pressure is ratcheting up on Detroit's auto makers.
Bill Gross's Pimco Total Return Fund—the world's biggest bond fund—saw its clients cash out $3.7 billion in November.
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Direct gifts won't be counted as income, but provision could expire at year's end.
Free tools and services are reducing the cost of investing.
If you think your credit-card bill is high, Al Lewis says to check out the debt of the company that likely processes your credit-card transactions and runs your neighborhood ATMs.
Today's low interest rates and healthier housing markets are prompting wealthy borrowers to stick with variable-rate mortgages after the fixed-rate period ends.