Mar 04 4:20am: World markets were posting a small rebound Tuesday, but fears remain over Russia's military movements in and around Ukraine. More
Stocks, energy prices, commodities and gold are a few of the ways the escalating tensions in Ukraine and Russia could affect your finances.
Rising tension over Ukraine prompts interest rate hike as ruble plunges and stocks sink.
President Obama will include several tax proposals to help low- and middle-income families when he introduces his 2015 budget on Tuesday.
The Chinese market -- half a world away and with a completely different culture -- intimidates many small businesses.
Buffett said he'd like to see a higher minimum wage, but that an increase in the Earned Income Tax Credit would help the working poor more without hurting jobs.
After a terrible 2013, gold is shining due to Ukraine-Russia tension and broader fears about fragile emerging markets.
Ally Sinclair knows all about the jet-setting, celebrity schmoozing and red carpet treatment that comes with attending the Oscars. But Sinclair isn't an up-and-coming Hollywood starlet. She's the owner of Cocopotamus, a five-year-old, artisanal chocolatier in Albuquerque, N.M.
Most contenders won't win. But Mace guns and leather iPhone cases make it an honor to be nominated.
When it comes to long-term U.S. debt, Washington lawmakers and the White House aren't debating how to handle it, but rather who is ignoring the issue more.
Stocks have recovered from the early slump this year. But Friday's jobs report could set the tone for how the market does for the rest of March.