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Joseph Safra, a Lebanese-Brazilian billionaire who built an international financial empire and financed a hostile takeover of Chiquita Brands International, died Thursday at age 82.
Aneta Markowska, the winner of MarketWatch's Forecaster of the Month contest, predicts a big stimulus probably won't come until late January.
Congress approves delisting Chinese companies that flout U.S. accounting rules — and investors pay the price.
Some college-loan borrowers aren’t aware their loans are commercially held and thus aren’t in Covid forbearance. This could put you in default in December.
Pat Corcoran has filed suit against the rapper alleging he is owed millions in management commissions and unreimbursed expenses.
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The most effective financial advice often is not what is said, but what is heard.
Here’s what to know about using a reverse mortgage to convert retirement assets.
If winning in a bear market took skill, then just as many market timers should beat bull markets.
A financial planner offers advice, including changing life-insurance strategies.
Before taking on a big expense, consider shoring up emergency funds.
From mutual-aid networks to emergency-response funds, communities and nonprofits have sped up efforts to get help to where it’s needed most.
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