Closely followed trader Art Cashin said that he won’t be too worried about the stock market’s move lower Tuesday as long as the S&P 500 doesn’t break a certain level. “For now, we’ll call it a consolidation until it begins to worsen,” Cashin, UBS director of floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange, said
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Currently, just 4 percent of employers offer student debt assistance. But that’s changing as more employers come to realize education debt is a problem for many of their workers, said Katie Berliner, account executive at YouDecide, a benefits firm. “In order to attract and retain talent, employers are looking at offering contributions to people’s student
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Although more and more Americans approaching retirement are opting to age in place where they are, it’s no secret that many other retirees, in classic style, look to relocate once they’ve left their careers behind. “Some seek a lower cost of living, while others want beautiful scenery, warm weather or both,” said financial technology company
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Defined benefit plans may be especially interesting now to certain entrepreneurs, investors and professional practitioners with earnings too high to take advantage of the QBI, said Timothy Speiss, partner in charge of EisnerAmper Personal Wealth Advisors. “It’s very significant, and the 2017 tax legislation is important,” Speiss said. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Home Depot – Home Depot earned $2.08 per share for the first quarter, 3 cents a share above estimates. Both revenue and comparable-store sales were below Street forecasts, but the home improvement retailer attributes the shortfall to bad weather and is maintaining its full-year sales forecast.
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Australia’s central bank saw little reason to lift rates this month as inflation remained below target and likely to remain subdued in the face of sluggish wage growth, minutes of its May policy meeting showed. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) Board agreed there was not a “strong case” for a near-term adjustment in monetary
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State legislators across the nation are racing to authorize sports gambling after the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled states can legalize the practice. But where can you bet on sports now? Betting on sports remains exclusive to Nevada, for the moment. With New Jersey at the center of the Supreme Court’s ruling, gambling hubs
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The nation’s largest banks — and public companies, for that matter — are preparing for a timeout from the courtroom following years of being pummeled by shareholder and investor lawsuits in the wake of the Great Recession. At the end of 2017, the country’s largest banks collectively decreased their estimates for future legal costs to
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