Economy

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If Your Clients Are Still Paying Children's Bills, They're Not Alone

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In 2015, 36 percent of parents said in a poll published this week that they expect to support their child for more than two years after graduation, up from 18 percent the year before.

Six Reasons You Should Be Paying More Attention To Canada

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The Canadian economy and financial markets are one of the most underutilized barometers of global economic activity.

Oaktree’s Marks Says Europe Better Bet Than ‘Highly Priced’ U.S.

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Howard Marks, co-chairman of distressed-debt investor Oaktree Capital Management, said Europe has become more attractive than the U.S.

Rent Costs Beat Home Values In U.S. For First Time Since 2012

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Rents grew 4 percent in the year ended in April, beating the 3 percent rise in home values over the same period, says Zillow.

Financial Executives Get Bigger Raises, Survey Shows

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The improving economy and a demand for more executives has driven salaries up, according to a new survey.

Billionaire Gates Says Innovators Not ‘On Strike’ Over Taxes

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Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates, the world’s richest person, said the U.S...

Recovery Will Continue To Plod Along, Economy Watchers Say

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Unemployment is down, the gradual recovery continues, there is no expectation of high inflation, yet the economy is unlikely to boom, a panel of analysts and economists said Thursday.

The $150 Billion Income Windfall That Disappeared Under Mattress

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Instead of acting as a "tax cut for the consumer," something else has happened to the windfall from plunging oil prices: It has disappeared.

Millennials Are Ditching College And Heading Back To The Workplace

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In a sign of a stronger economy, more young adults are skipping college and heading back to work.

House Flippers Back WIth Wall St. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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Real estate buyers seeking money to renovate and flip U.S. houses are getting help from some of the world’s biggest investment firms.

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