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With American cities facing unprecedented budget cuts, the municipal bonds market is causing concerns. But experts say that by keeping a close eye, investors can still have a lot of leverage.
Interest rates could change again soon. To prepare for inflation or deflation, Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig suggests considering the personal consequences for each.
While hundreds of positions are open at the tech companies of Silicon Valley, the unemployment rate is still 11.5 percent. The divide between the young engineers and the old may play a role, and that divide may be getting wider.
Tess and Marketplace Money economics editor Chris Farrell talk to a professional mixed martial arts fighter looking to grow his savings, and planning for retirement with the least amount of risk as possible.
We asked you about your spousal finance arrangements, and here are your varied answers.
Some people want to climb to the top of Kilimanjaro; Chris Peplinski just wants a perfect credit score.
Following a real-life foster care success story, Tess Vigeland talks to the guardian behind it.
Tess Vigeland talks to credit score expert Liz Pulliam Weston on how to improve your credit score.
Marketplace Money for Friday September 17, 2010