The future generation of America is reluctant to get involved in one of the greatest traditions of the American economy. The golden and all-revered stock market that Generation Xers and Baby Boomers swore by has failed to engender the same enthusiasm from the millennial generation.
Saudi Arabia will open up its stock market to foreign investors in the first half of 2015, providing greater access to the Arab world's biggest exchange.
Comcast's second-quarter net income rose 15 percent to nearly $2 billion as it added high-speed Internet customers at a faster pace than a year ago and video subscriber losses moderated.
Average U.S. mortgage rates are near historically low levels.
Where are those who said the fiscal imbalance was pushing the U.S. economy to become like the Greek economy?
The transcripts of the Federal Reserve meetings held in 2008 show the decisions adopted to prevent the world from plunging into another Great Depression.
The League of United Latin American Citizens will launch a program with the Jackson Hewitt tax firm to educate Hispanic families on important tax topics, LULAC announced Tuesday.
Few topics lit up Twitter during the State of the Union address like myRA -- President Obama's proposal for a beginner's retirement savings program aimed at getting more workers to start socking away for their golden years.
Aside from Kanye West's run-in with Coinye, there are other artists who seem much more willing to embrace bitcoin-like cryptocurrencies, raising the prospect of more experiments in radical alternative currencies inspired or created by musicians.
Emerging markets funds had a lousy 2013, but they started to heat up in the last quarter and they're reasonably cheap. The trick is to get out before the party's over.
Gold prices fell again Monday, keeping the metal on track for its first annual loss since 2000.
A number of income tax provisions are slated to expire at the end of this year. It's possible Congress could extend them over the next few months -- but you never know.
As the U.S. economy gets stronger, with vigorous job creation in October and higher third-quarter growth, the debate within the central bank intensifies on when to start dismantling existing stimulus measures.
Members of the Federal Reserve agreed last month that they would likely reduce bond purchases in coming months if the job market improved further, though the minutes released Wednesday don't indicate when the reduction might begin.
The Federal Open Market Committee has released the minutes from its meeting of Oct. 29-30, 2013.