How much did you pay for that set of golf clubs you never used? Don't be ashamed, you're not alone. Eve Troeh reports that folks are coming out of the closet to tell tales of money wasted -- and to find help.
The financial collapse in the past year began with the mortgage meltdown. Tess Vigeland talks with Nic Retsinas of Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies about the mess we've been through and where we go from here.
In this economy, it seems like everything is on sale -- homes, clothes, stocks, cars. What could be wrong with that, right? Lots of things. In this installment of the Marketplace Decoder, Stacey Vanek-Smith explains deflation.
The European single currency is 10 years old today. It's in pretty good shape, in spite of the global financial crisis. There are now more euros in circulation than U.S. dollars. But its beginnings were far from auspicious. Stephen Beard reports.
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