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usatoday.com — Despite relying on traditional banks, Millennials are still turning to high-fee alternative financial products such as payday loans and prepaid cards for their convenience and accessibility, shows a survey out
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Rick Wilking/Files Wal-Mart Stores Inc logos is seen at a company distribution center in Bentonville, Arkansas, in this June 6, 2013 file photo. A Reuters survey of 52 stores run by the largest U.S. private employer in the past month, including one in every U.S.
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Luke MacGregor An attendant sets out deckchairs on a sunny day on Brighton Beach in southern England June 5, 2013. Average net incomes including social benefits fell 3 percent during the 2011/12 tax year to their lowest level since 2001/02 on an inflation-adjusted basis.
usatoday.com — The 10-year T-note yield hit 2.19% Tuesday -- still low by historical standards, but a sharp recent rise nonetheless. (Photo: Thinkstock) You've probably heard it before, but for more than a month, you've gotten to see it in action: When interest rates rise, bond prices fall.
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