List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2018

What consumers need to know before going to a fertility clinic

What consumers need to know before going to a fertility clinic

In two separate incidents this month, equipment failures at fertility clinics have destroyed thousands of frozen eggs and embryos — and potentially many patients’ hopes of becoming parents. But these… Read more »

Personal Finance Daily: Everything you need to know about 401(k) fees and how to survive an IRS audit

Personal Finance Daily: Everything you need to know about 401(k) fees and how to survive an IRS audit

The weekend’s here, MarketWatchers. While you unwind from the work week, check out these top stories: Personal Finance What consumers need to know before going to a fertility clinic It… Read more »

Everything you need to know about 401(k) fees

Everything you need to know about 401(k) fees

More Americans know how much they pay for streaming services than how much they pay for their 401(k) plans. Only 27% of Americans knew how much they were paying in… Read more »

How to cut your cancer risk and save money at the same time

How to cut your cancer risk and save money at the same time

Bad news for your caffeine habit: coffee can cause cancer. Brewed coffee has high levels of acrylamide, a chemical shown in some studies to cause cancer — and now coffee… Read more »

Finance documentary ‘The China Hustle’ revisits Chinese reverse mergers and activist short-sellers

Finance documentary ‘The China Hustle’ revisits Chinese reverse mergers and activist short-sellers

In the new documentary, “The China Hustle,” there’s a moment when Dan David, a whistleblower and activist short-seller, returns home to his extended family and explains his work. He is… Read more »

Capitol Report: NRA finances still shaky despite post-Parkland surge

Capitol Report: NRA finances still shaky despite post-Parkland surge

If the National Rifle Association were a public company, listed on a major stock exchange, the seemingly insecure financial state of its membership arm might be a reason to worry… Read more »

Under Armour should return to profitable growth in the next year

Under Armour should return to profitable growth in the next year

Moody’s Corp. expects Under Armour Inc. to return to profitable growth in the next 12-to-18 months, the credit rating agency said in a Friday note. But first, the athletic gear… Read more »

Colombia steps in as Venezuela runs short of Holy Communion wafers ahead of Easter

Colombia steps in as Venezuela runs short of Holy Communion wafers ahead of Easter

By Markets/commodities reporter Basic food shortages have threatened supplies of holy bread for the predominantly Catholic nation of Venezuela, and a Colombian church has stepped in to help just in… Read more »

NewsWatch: Cash-out mortgage refis are back. Will homes become ATMs again?

NewsWatch: Cash-out mortgage refis are back. Will homes become ATMs again?

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE As interest rates rise, fewer households refinance their mortgages. And the refinances that do get done are often very different than those initiated during low-rate periods. See… Read more »

Retire Better: What does the talk about a trade war mean for my retirement investments?

Retire Better: What does the talk about a trade war mean for my retirement investments?

Here at Retire Better HQ, we’ve gotten a fair amount of email on the return of stock market volatility. U.S. indexes SPX, +1.38%  peaked back in January and have gone… Read more »

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