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What were retail investors doing during Tuesday’s stock market selloff? Here’s a clue: They’re ‘generally a contrarian bunch’
On the whole, there’s been a ‘weakening trend’ for retail investor buying demand, analysts say. Read More
Mortgage rates hit 6% for the first time since 2008, while applications fall to lowest level since 1999
Mortgage applications fell again this week, the Mortgage Bankers Association said, with homebuyers staying on the sidelines as interest rates rise. Read More
If your next hotel stay is terrible, this is probably the reason
There’s no shortage of complaints about hotel stays these days, and there might be a clear reason why: Most hotels are still severely understaffed. Read More
The 2023 Kia Forte vs. the ’22 Honda Civic: Which is better?
Both are impressive, capable compact cars with nicer-than-average cabins, solid standard feature sets, and attractive design. It may come down to a few dollars and points. Read More
Should your small business get a loan to cover rising costs of inflation? This can help you decide.
Before taking on new financing, companies should make sure a loan is right for their needs. Here’s some guidance. Read More
‘My aunt has become forgetful’: Her will leaves $1.2 million to three nuns and a friend who cares more about her inheritance than my aunt. What can I do?
‘Her friend invited her parents and sons to see the house that she is going to inherit, and when my aunt heard about it she was furious.’ Read More
New York City considers banning sale of guinea pigs as the popular pandemic pets overwhelm shelters
‘This surge of homeless guinea pigs is not sustainable for the animal rescue community.’ Read More
No more New York: People are trying to flee the Empire State for warmer destinations. Here’s why.
New York has lost more residents than any other state, a new report by moveBuddha, a company that calculates moving cost, said. Read More