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The Milken Institute analyzed 100 large metropolitan areas and rated them on their ability to provide healthy, productive and purposeful lives for people as they age.
Fund managers say too many economic challenges will make it hard for the Fed to increase rates next year.
MFS executives discount dire predictions for the U.S. economy and stock market.
Labor force participation for young adults has dropped from about 66 percent in 2000 to roughly 55 percent in mid-2014, a Federal Reserve report says.
An advisor offers this list that can be used to review expenditures with clients and help them find ways to cut back and still be very happy.
U.S. drivers will have some extra money in their pockets this holiday season as gasoline futures tumbling below $2 a gallon mean lower prices at the pump.
The median net worth for the oldest Americans has climbed to near the top compared with other age groups from near the bottom just two decades ago.
If longevity annuities and other lifetime income options are to become more popular with workers, they need to be more easily understood, says the Treasury Department's retirement point person.
Fewer Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, a sign persistent demand is fueling gains in the labor market.
OPEC cut forecasts for the amount of crude it will need to supply as the shale-energy boom in the U.S. lessens dependency on the group.
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