Past financial crises have affected how millennials manage money

FG Trade | E + | Getty Images Living through multiple financial crises and recessions has impacted the way millennials are now managing their money. The experience has given members of that generation some confidence that they’ll be able to make it through another recession if the US falls into one amid high inflation and … Read more

Here’s what financial advisors say about the Fed’s latest rate hike

The Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Building in Washington, DC Sarah Silbiger | Reuters While the market moves are positive for investors, they are still dealing with a complicated backdrop that’s likely to continue to whiplash asset prices going forward. Earlier in the week, the S&P 500 fell into bear market territory, meaning a … Read more

China’s real estate mess put global economy on crutches

Beijing: The deep recession in China’s real estate companies is becoming a major problem for the country as well as for the world’s economy. The property market was one of the few cherished destinations for household savings. The developers and homebuyers were also willing to take the loans from the banks but these good days … Read more

Why it’s a good time for young investors to put money in the market

FG Trade | E + | Getty Images The recent volatile price action in the stock market has been scary for some investors, especially younger ones just dipping their toes into putting money away for the long-term. Still, financial experts say that now is a good time for people to start investing or to continue … Read more

New US hospitals face fiscal crisis over COVID relief money

THOMASVILLE, Ala. – A whole town celebrated in 2020 when, early in the coronavirus pandemic, Thomasville Regional Medical Center opened, offering state-of-the-art medicine that was previously unavailable in a poor, isolated part of Alabama. The timing for the ribbon-cutting seemed perfect: New treatment options would be available in an underserved area just as a global … Read more