Consumers are getting a break on Thanksgiving dinner this year. The American farm bureau federation says the average cost of a feast for 10 people will be $49.87, a $0.24 drop from a year ago.
Macy’s will begin closing some of the 100 stores it plans to shutter by early 2017 before this year is up.
Amazon, for the first time has filed lawsuits against counterfeit sellers.
The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed mortgage hit 4 percent, according to Mortgage News Daily.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau could find its powers scaled back by President-elect Donald Trump and a Republican-led congress.
More than half of all consumers say at least some of the presents they plan to give this year will be gift cards, according to a new national bank rate survey.
General Motors says it will suspend the third shift at two car factories early next year because American consumers are shifting from cars to SUVs and trucks.
Global markets plummeted as election results came in last night. U-S markets were down as much as 800 points. The Mexican peso fell to its lowest level ever compared to the U-S dollar.
The biggest near-term threat to stocks is from the outside possibility that neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton emerges a clear winner tonight.
In the months leading up to America’s big day at the polls, political arguments have been raging on Facebook.