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Answer these 6 questions to see if you should sell your home when you retire
5:57 a.m. Today - By MP Dunleavey
Answer these 6 questions to see if you should sell your home when you retire Does it makes sense for you?You may want to stay where you are where you retire, but then there’s the financial realities.
5:56 a.m. Today - By Barbara Kollmeyer
Dow on track for 9th record in a row Deal news drives up shares of NxStage Medical. U.S. stocks opens little changed on Monday, although major indexes trade with a slight upward bias that led the Dow eke out an intraday record and put it on track for its ninth straight record close.
5:04 a.m. Today - By Greg Robb
Why one Fed official is the skunk at the picnic on the jobs report Kashkari says job data doesn’t boost confidence that inflation will firm Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said the July jobs report was ‘nothing new’ and questioned how it would make officials more confident that inflation would rise toward the central bank’s 2% target.
5:04 a.m. Today - By Jeffry Bartash
American workers are missing out on a big payday, and here’s the main reason why Best labor market in years offers plenty of work but not higher payLow unemployment, near-record job openings and a flush of new hiring haven’t delivered bigger paychecks for American workers. But here’s one thing that could.
3:32 a.m. Today - By Shawn Langlois
Be afraid — everybody seems to agree on where the stock market is headed Critical information for the U.S. trading day.  The danger, it seems, is that it feels so obvious. And the obvious, of course, is always a risky proposition in the stock market. But it’s hard to imagine the lack of volatility lingering much longer, especially in the face of... well, everything.
3:17 a.m. Today - By Rachel Koning Beals
Dollar struggles to extend post-jobs report glow.  The dollar churned narrowly against chief rivals Monday, trying to extend its late-week bounce from a nearly 15-month low after largely upbeat U.S. hiring data out Friday was seen clearing the way for the Federal Reserve to gradually tighten policy.
1:20 a.m. Today - By Matt Fellowes
Older Americans are too fearful about money and investing Cautious view restricts spending and impacts broader economy Retirees’ caution about spending impacts the broader U.S. economy.
1:13 a.m. Today - By Victor Reklaitis
Looking for Brexit bargains? Try these 2 sectors Why grocery and property-services shares look tempting, despite the uncertainty.  Grocery and property-services shares look tempting, despite investors’ jitters over the possible economic fallout from the U.K.’s withdrawal from the European Union.
3:55 a.m. Aug. 6, 2017 - By Andrea Coombes
How to retire early: A 5-step plan Cut spending, invest carefully, live simply — and comfortablyRetirement planning doesn’t have to be a complex process. Here are the key strategies learned by people who have retired early — 35 years early.
1:01 p.m. Aug. 5, 2017 - By Jacob Passy
The 3 most likely explanations behind decades of soaring executive pay A new report rates different theories about high CEO compensation.  A new report rates different theories about high CEO compensation.
7:34 a.m. Aug. 5, 2017 - By Tim Mullaney
Dow 22,000 means the worst is yet to come Stock investors are unprepared for recession or a bear market.  Stock investors are unprepared for recession or a bear market, writes Tim Mullaney.
5:31 a.m. Aug. 5, 2017 - MarketWatch
Weaker generic drug prices hit makers, wholesalersU.S. generic-drug prices are falling at the fastest rate in years, eating into the profits of pharmaceutical wholesalers and manufacturers alike and erasing billions of dollars of their market value in recent days.
12:31 p.m. Aug. 4, 2017 - By Mark DeCambre
Treasury yields bounce higher after U.S. adds 209,000 jobs in July Labor Department’s report shows average hourly wages rising 0.3%, matching expectationsU.S. Treasurys sell off on Friday, pushing yields higher, following a key labor-market report that came in better than expected, highlighting one consistently strong segment of the economy: jobs.
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