The Dow gained about 187 points, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rising sharply, too
After Standard & Poor's downgraded its outlook on US debt Monday and sent stocks downward, stocks rose on Tuesday, with the Dow gaining about 65 points
Mortgage lenders ordered to reimburse customers they foreclosed on improperly. Regulators tell 16 mortgage lenders to hire auditors to find out who could have avoided foreclosure in 2009 and 2010.
Debit-card rewards are being trimmed as banks contemplate loss of revenue from new federal legislation. Will debit-card rewards disappear completely?
Dividend stocks again: JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, U.S. Bancorp raise stock dividends after Fed clears the way.
Stocks on the Dow gained Friday. But the Dow average closed lower for the week, which turned out to be tumultuous for stocks.
Governments are replacing paper checks with debit cards to disburse all kinds of benefits. But the cards have fees. Is that fair?
During the housing boom, banks carved up mortgages into pieces and sold the pieces in a process known broadly as securitization. What they didn't realize: without flawless paperwork, you can't foreclose on a defaulting homeowner.
Some firms, including Morgan Stanley, race to prove they can fund themselves by turning to private investors.