Auto industry sales are at their best pace since the beginning of 2006, and that means 4 million more auto loan accounts in just a year.
Sixty-three percent of millennials don't own a credit card.
Now is a good time to take stock in where the U.S. consumer is on the 'kitchen table' economic front.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says that Visa and MasterCard are 'very well-run companies.' Have the stocks idled for long enough?
A forecast exclusively for TheStreet suggests that even a simple change in the Fed's rhetoric on interest rates could have significant consequences.
U.S. stock futures are mixed; a rates announcement from the Federal Reserve is expected Wednesday afternoon; Trian launches campaign to break up DuPont; Endo makes bid for Auxilium.
A bear market and big correction are worrisome, but new survey results find a strong sense of optimism beneath a layer of caution.
America's riskiest locales are also some of its heavily populated ones, thanks to the appeal of beaches and picture-perfect mountaintop locales.
Richard Feinstein, a FTC director, was engaged by Dollar General to provide an independent review of its antitrust analysis as the company presses a takeover of Family Dollar.
Consumer confidence rose again last month. But slowing home values could put a dent in that confidence.
Big box retailers with large real estate holdings are getting crafty. Brian Sozzi details one way they are making easy money.
A vote for Scottish independence could impact everything from economic activity in the region to the value of the British Pound and also have far-reaching political implications.
The link between high oil prices and high stocks makes no sense.
Arturo Bris, head of the IMD World Competitiveness Center, sizes up independent Scotland's chances of competing in the global economy and any possible impacts on the U.K.
The fact that the central bank will keep interest rates low for a 'considerable time' means that investors will be in a favorable market environment well into 2015.