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Consumers Spending More This Season
Consumers Spending More This Season

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“Shop till you drop” may well be the mantra for some consumers this holiday season according to the new Mastercard Spending Pulse report, showing that consumers will be out in full force this year. Overall they project that total retail sales, will experience a 5% uptick, while e-commerce sales… Continue reading

The Bank Credit Default rate Dropped Last Month
The Bank Credit Default rate Dropped Last Month

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The SP Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices for September 2018 are out, showing that default rates dropped in three areas – credit cards, auto loans, and mortgages. The composite rate dropped five basis points when compared to August, with the bank card default rate falling 38 basis points to… Continue reading

Mobile Banking is in Style with Hispanics
Mobile Banking is in Style with Hispanics

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Going mobile is trending with Hispanic consumers when it comes to keeping track of their finances, according to a new study by Bank of America. Continue reading

Women Small Business Owners Are Feeling Good
Women Small Business Owners Are Feeling Good

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Women who run their own small businesses are feeling bullish about annual revenue and they are expecting their businesses to grow, according to the first Bank of America Women Business Owner Spotlight. Continue reading

Kids Rule Back-to-School Shopping
Kids Rule Back-to-School Shopping

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Gone are the days when parents made decisions when it came to back-to-school shopping, according to a new national study by Citi Retail Services, finding that kids are making the decisions more than ever before. Continue reading

College Students Looking to Up Their Credit
College Students Looking to Up Their Credit

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When you think of college you might envision fun times and parties, but these days college students are also honing their financial skills, which includes boosting their credit score, according to a new study by Sallie Mae. Continue reading

Instant Gratification Leads to Increased Satisfaction
Instant Gratification Leads to Increased Satisfaction

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There may be something to be said for waiting, but when it comes to getting a debit card from your bank, it’s all about instant gratification. Continue reading

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Commuters Spend Over $2,500 a Year Getting to Work
Commuters Spend Over $2,500 a Year Getting to Work

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In the interest of helping customers save on transportation costs and take advantage of reward points, Citi recently studied the habits of commuters and found that the daily commute is actually embraced by a majority of people. Continue reading

News Tags: Money, Research
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