Spain's Bank Bad Loans Hit Record High in June
Spanish banks' bad loans climbed to a new record as assets tied to the country's deflating property market soured further.
Oil Dips to $114 as U.S. Considers Oil Release
News the White House was mulling a potential release of strategic oil stocks knocked off more than a dollar on Brent crude oil prices.
Body Central Names Stoltz Interim CEO, Succeeds Weinstein
Body Central Corp. (BODY) has named Thomas W. Stoltz as its new chief operating officer and its interim chief executive, succeeding former head B. Allen Weinstein who retired Thursday. Mr. Weinstein also resigned as a board director. Mr. Stoltz has served as the company's executive vice president,
Foot Locker's 2Q Net Races 59% Higher
Foot Locker easily beat the Street with a 59% surge in second-quarter earnings amid near double-digit same-store sales growth.
Five Steps to Overcome Financial Trauma
You can regain control over your emotions -- and your money -- by taking the following steps offered up by experts.
Will Canceling a New, Unused Card Hurt Your Score?
It can be tempting to sign up for a store credit card--but often, it's just not worth it.
Best and worst states for credit: the full list
The annual list of best and worst states for credit conditions is based on an analysis of the unemployment rate, bankruptcy rate, foreclosure rate, average credit score and credit card delinquency rate of each state.Here are the 2012 results:RankState1.North Dakota2.Vermont3.South
Treasury Amends Fannie, Freddie Bailout Terms
The U.S. Treasury Department will revamp the terms of its nearly four-year-old financial backing of Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) in a bid to allay investor concerns that the companies could one day exhaust their federal lifelines.
Rate Survey: Credit Card Rates Remain Flat
Interest rates on new credit card offers remained flat for the third straight week, according to a new report.
Treasury Working to Wind Down Fannie, Freddie
Treasury is taking steps to wind down the country's largest mortgage financiers that were taken over by the government during the financial crisis.