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House hunters ‘enjoy renewed bargaining power’ and fewer young people say they are investing in the stock market – as inflation erodes their savings

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Fewer younger people say they invest in the stock market – because inflation is hurting their savings

The investor pool is in danger of becoming “more and more homogeneous” as more young investors are sidelined, an analyst says. read more

House hunters in the market ‘enjoy renewed bargaining power,’ Redfin report says

Buyers are pulling out of contracts, according to a new report, prompting sellers to provide incentives. read more

Department of Education Cancels $3.9 Billion in Federal Loan Debt for Former ITT Students

The agency said the school misled students about their ability to get a job and transfer credits. read more

Car trouble? Blame the rats.

Rats cause expensive car damage everywhere. read more

The 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA: This small, gritty crossover is both fun and elegant

The GLA-Class is a small SUV with a big personality, but it faces stiff competition in the ever-expanding sub-compact luxury SUV class. read more

Planning a FOMO trip that you can’t afford?

As you scroll through your social media feeds, it seems like everyone you’ve ever met is on a picturesque vacation this summer Read more

‘I’m in a very fortunate position’: I get an inheritance of $300,000. Should I pay off my mortgage or invest the money?

“I’m maximizing my retirement accounts — IRA and 401(k) — and want to retire in less than 10 years.” read more

How residential segregation continues to determine the quality of life of black Americans

Some communities of color have been shaped by years of underinvestment and racially discriminatory policies. read more

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