• Most overvalued, undervalued home markets
• San Francisco: case study in housing cool-off
• Newton, Mass., tops best U.S. cities to live in
Hong Kong protests ...
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• Hong Kong government to wait out protesters
• Stephen: China’s Hong Kong democracy crisis
What ‘South Park’ can teach us about startups
RadioShack’s response to struggles? Play with toys
• Good luck finding these 10 toys at Christmas
Trading Strategies: Revving up car stocks Full report here
• Buying Tesla, a market wild card
• Auto-parts stocks bearish on auto makers
• Is GM's bad news in the rear-view mirror?
Ford is missing its
• GM, Chrysler post strong sales, Ford falters
Boomers vs. Millennials: Investing and saving
• Constellation, McCormick in the spotlight
• European stocks fall | FTSE 100 drops
• Rocket Internet shares fall at debut
• Oil futures drop below $90 to 17-month low
• Russell 2000 now in correction
• Virgin Money plans £150 million IPO in London
• Bankrupt city can adjust pension payments
• Fannie, Freddie suit dismissed; shares dive
• Japanese stocks fall to one-month low
• Microsoft offers first peek of Windows 10
Draghi set for grilling at ECB meeting
As the eurozone economy struggles, ECB chief Mario Draghi will face tough questions on policy and be watched for more details on "private" QE.
• Draghi: ECB needs to take a tip from Hercules
• Eurozone inflation falls further below ECB target
• ECB gets another shove toward QE
• Germany's fight to preserve the eurozone
Geopolitical risks have multiplied, but markets have "remained buoyant, if not downright bubbly," says economist Nouriel Roubini, a.k.a. Dr. Doom. But that could change.
New jobs indicator may roil markets
The Federal Reserve will release its Labor Market Conditions Index monthly, starting next Monday.
• Sixth month of job gains above 200,000: ADP
What you want instead of NYSE photos
MarketWatch chief Jeremy Olshan announces an end to photos of the NYSE trading floor. Instead, we're looking to your recommendations for alternatives.
• The last photo we’ll ever run of the NYSE
Pierson’s exit doesn’t solve Secret Service’s problems
Read lawmakers' reactions to Secret Service director's resignation.
• Secret Service’s Julia Pierson resigns
6 cruises that will make you smarter
For some, a vacation is a time to kick back and relax. But for others, it’s a time to learn something new — be it oenology, Greek mythology or astronomy.
Record share of U.S. income spent on college
Americans are spending a greater percentage of their income on college than ever before.
• Why you should invest like Harvard
Don’t let rate fears scare you out of bonds
RetireMentors: Fears of nominal losses from bonds outweigh potentially bigger ones from stocks, notes Paul Merriman.
• How preferred stocks add income to a portfolio
• Should you drink the annuity COLA?
4 better alternatives to Bill Gross and Pimco
Opinion: It's really not worth following the "bond king" to Janus, writes Howard Gold, who has some other ideas.
• Corporate debt feels heat from Pimco outflows
• Pimco Total Return Fund rating cut to bronze
• Why you should invest like Harvard
The most ticketed car in America
Some vehicles receive more violations than others. Find out which get the most, by far.
• See Trading Strategies for auto stocks
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