We're beginning to see a shift in how money moves. Similar to the very efficient corporate markets like bond trading and commercial paper, money is beginning to move to consumers too.
It's not always about the main acts -- here are 3 emerging acts slated to perform that everyone will be buzzing about post-Coachella.
If we may offer our two cents, finding your next meal in an old bank-turned-restaurant is a worthy investment.
By ruling this week that there are no limits regarding private campaign contributions, the Republican majority of the Supreme Court have taken another brazen step in an almost mind-bogglingly deliberate attempt at eviscerating whatever roadblocks remain on the way to total corporate governance.
For the first time since the '30s, the 99 percent stood up and pointed out the real culprits -- Wall Street and the politicians they own. People listened, they heard, and began to believe.
None of this will come easy. But this report lights the way. It should be repeated in city after city, in state after state, so that everyone can see just how Wall Street is impoverishing the richest country on Earth.
Those already squeezed may soon feel choked as a new, coordinated effort among the U.S. Department of Justice and federal banking agencies threatens to further restrict access to credit.
Henry Ford said, "It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there wou...
Someone who uses an out-of-network ATM five times per month is looking at a monthly expense around $20 to $25, or $240 to $300 per year.
With such a low percent of net interest margin, the best possible outcome on a loan for these money making lenders is to get paid back all of its principal and make a small spread on the interest.
If you're in a banking relationship that you're unhappy with -- of if you're looking to open a new account at an institution -- it's wise to figure ou...
A new progressive populist movement is rising up in the United States. Inspired by an expansive vision of greater economic opportunity for all Americans, this new movement is also fueled by anger over politicians' broken promises.
Along with former Senator Alan Simpson, Erskine Bowles has become known to much of the public as the co-chair of President Obama's deficit commission. The two of them produced a report that is viewed by many in the media and leading Democrats in Congress as providing the basis for a "Grand Bargain" on a long-term deficit reduction package.
U.S. banks and credit unions, preparing for proposed changes to how they must estimate credit losses, anticipate they'll eventually need to boost allo...
At a time when financial markets are dominated by computer-driven high frequency trading that has little benefit for the real economy, a tax of even a fraction of a percent could encourage longer-term sustainable investment.
The wealth of crowdsourced, peer advice allows us to make an informed decision when we decide how to spend our money. But, why don't we practice this ritual when picking a bank, a credit card or any other financial product?