Indicator Says More Losses May Be Ahead for Stocks in the Short Term, Then...

NEW YORK (Reuters) - More losses may be ahead for U.S. stocks in the short term, according to an indicator with a fittingly ominous...

‘Netflix’ Model of Car Ownership On the Rise for Drivers Who Need Wheels —...

After Tiffany Ford McLemore's car was destroyed in an accident, the single mother of four needed a new one. Quickly. Yet she didn't want to...

Chuck Bentley: How to Have a Meaningful Christmas on a Budget

To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or...
An employee uses a forklift truck to move boxes around an Amazon.com Inc. fulfilment center in Koblenz, Germany. (Photographer: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg)

Record Cyber Monday Sales Overshadowed by Economic Outlook

Shoppers will spend an estimated $7.8 billion on Cyber Monday -- a record -- boosting a strong holiday shopping season. And Wall Street seems...
A cafe in Stockhlom that is completely cash-free. Few places are tilting toward a cashless future as quickly as Sweden, which has become hooked on the convenience of paying by app and plastic. (Linus Sundahi-Djerf/The New York Times)

Here Comes 666, People: Swedes Implant Chips in Their Hands in Order to Pay...

Few countries have been moving toward a cashless society as fast as Sweden. But cash is being squeezed out so quickly — with half...

Wall Street Drops, S&P 500 Confirms Correction

U.S. stocks closed lower in a shortened post-holiday trading session on Friday as the energy sector tumbled on continued weakness in oil prices, and...

Chuck Bentley: Forgetting to Give Thanks

To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or...
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28% of Christmas Shoppers Still in Debt from Last Year

For some people, opening up a credit card statement is like a visit from the Ghost of Christmas Past. Holiday shoppers are expected to spend...

Rev. Mark H. Creech: Stop Worrying About Your Money Troubles

After suffering a heart attack and having quadruple bypass surgery, a man awakened to find himself in a Catholic hospital with Nuns taking care...

Chuck Bentley: Overcoming Holiday Comparisons

Dear Chuck, My husband and I have not been married very long. We grew up in homes where the holidays were celebrated in a grand...

Wall Street Gives Up Early Gains as Energy Stocks Drag

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street struggled for momentum on Tuesday, giving up early gains as a rebound in technology stocks and renewed hope...

Oil Drops 6 Percent, With US Futures Falling to Lows Not Seen in 11...

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil’s slide accelerated on Tuesday, with U.S. futures dropping to lows not seen in 11 months due to ongoing worries...

S&P Inches Higher in Trading as Drop in Oil Prices Hits Energy Stocks

The S&P 500 edged higher in choppy trading on Tuesday as a bruised technology sector recovered and industrial stocks gained on hopes of a...

Asian Shares Skid After a Rout in Wall Street Tech Stocks; Drop in Oil...

Asian shares skidded on Tuesday after a rout in tech stocks put Wall Street to the sword, while a sharp drop in oil prices...

Chuck Bentley: Repurposing vs. Retiring

Dear Chuck, I have friends who retired a few years ago. Several are thriving while others seem to wish they were back at the careers...

Ten Ways to Trade the US Election

Buy the dollar but sell FAANGs, buy real estate and machinery, but sell the overall market. Or, do nothing at all. Investors heading into Tuesday’s...

Chuck Bentley on Subprime Loans

To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or...
A worker at an American Rhino apparel store folds items this week in Boston. Despite low unemployment, a survey by USC and the Center for Financial Services Innovation found a minority of Americans have their financial house in order, while most are still struggling financially. (Steven Senne / AP)

Survey: Despite Booming Economy, Most Americans Aren’t Financially Healthy

The economy is growing, unemployment is low and, lately, workers are starting to see some wage gains. But a new survey from USC and the...

Wages Rise at Fastest Rate in Nearly a Decade as Hiring Jumps

Strong hiring and low unemployment are delivering U.S. workers their best pay raises in nearly a decade. Employers shook off a September slowdown to add...

Manage a Financial Crisis With the Right Loan Product

25% of African Americans have less than $5 dollars should they liquidate all their assets. This figure is alarming considering the high cost of living in the...