List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2018

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

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

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. “When rates are low,… Read more »

NewsWatch: Why stock-market investors should welcome the arrival of April

NewsWatch: Why stock-market investors should welcome the arrival of April

MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE The U.S. stock market is coming off a rough March—the worst month for the Nasdaq in more than two years—but seasonal trends indicate that investors should have… Read more »

CryptoWatch: Cryptocurrency market sheds a further $20 billion in total value overnight

CryptoWatch: Cryptocurrency market sheds a further $20 billion in total value overnight

Major cryptocurrencies took another leg lower overnight as the persistent selling persisted, pushing most to fresh multimonth lows. The price of a single bitcoin BTCUSD, -0.83%  traded to an overnight… Read more »

What to keep in mind when traveling Easter weekend

What to keep in mind when traveling Easter weekend

If you’re traveling this holiday weekend, you should know how to make the most of inevitable delays. Last year more than 11,300 flights were disrupted during the Easter season, between… Read more »

Furniture retailer RH had better-than-expected results…by selling food and wine

Furniture retailer RH had better-than-expected results…by selling food and wine

RH West Palm’s hospitality offering is outpacing even RH Chicago’s groundbreaking restaurant and café, the company said. RH, formerly Restoration Hardware, is known for its elaborate furniture galleries, but customers… Read more »

The Tell: Yes, the dollar is up on the week—but there are seasonal factors at play

The Tell: Yes, the dollar is up on the week—but there are seasonal factors at play

The U.S. dollar rallied this week, putting the previous weekly loss decisively behind it, but that doesn’t mean the embattled greenback has turned a corner, market participants said, pointing to… Read more »

How to survive an IRS audit

How to survive an IRS audit

The Internal Revenue Service is auditing fewer taxpayers than it used to, but that doesn’t mean it’s out of the question for you. The number of taxpayers audited by the… Read more »

FA Center: How one father meets the financial needs of sons with cystic fibrosis

FA Center: How one father meets the financial needs of sons with cystic fibrosis

A self-described “happy guy” in 2002, Jon Baker suddenly hit a wall. First, his 2 ½-year-old son was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. At the time, he and his wife were… Read more »

NerdWallet: 5 tactics to avoid haggling with car dealers

NerdWallet: 5 tactics to avoid haggling with car dealers

A short stint as a car salesman taught me that dealers are pros who negotiate all day for a living — and they always have the home field advantage. Later,… Read more »

Trump may have a beef with Amazon, but consumers can’t get enough of it

Trump may have a beef with Amazon, but consumers can’t get enough of it

President Trump is decidedly in the minority when it comes to disliking Amazon AMZN, +1.11% Amazon’s stock fell sharply Wednesday following a report from online news outlet Axios that quoted… Read more »

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