NerdWallet: Is it OK if I never have any credit card at all?
There are other ways to establish credit—and keep your credit scores high—that don’t involve a credit card.
In One Chart: Hong Kong searches for U.K. jobs spike
There has been a surge of interest in U.K. jobs coming from Hong Kong.
The Wall Street Journal: Calpers investment chief abruptly resigns
California Public Employees’ Retirement System Investment Chief Ben Meng has resigned after about a year and a half in the position at the nation’s...
Calpers Investment Chief Ben Meng to Step Down From Largest U.S. Pension
He resigned after about a year and a half in the position, marking an abrupt exit for the investment chief, who set out to implement a reform...
: What ‘going cashless’ means for the 14 million unbanked Americans
The pandemic has businesses shifting away from cash to 'touchless transactions.' What does that mean for America's 'unbanked,' people who don't...
The Wall Street Journal: Quicken Loans parent Rocket Cos. prices IPO at $18 a share
The country’s top mortgage lender late Wednesday priced its IPO below expectations at $18 a share.
Singapore stocks open higher on Thursday; STI up 0.8%
SINGAPORE shares rose on Thursday even as local lenders DBS and United Overseas Bank (UOB) posted lower Q2 earnings.
IPO Report: Quicken Loans is going public: 5 things to know about the mortgage lender
Quicken has been the largest mortgage lender in the U.S. since 2018.
Stocks to watch: DBS, UOB, Wilmar, Sembcorp, Sembmarine, Singtel
THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their securities on Thursday:
Quicken Loans Parent Expected to Price IPO at $18
Quicken Loans parent Rocket Cos. is expected to price its initial public offering at $18 a share, below the targeted range. The offering is also...
Capitol Report: Trump backs plan for additional $25 billion to support airlines
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would support additional aid for airlines to keep workers on payroll. The president was asked about a plan...
Lebanon Bonds Hold Ground After Deadly Explosion
The deadly explosion that devastated Beirut left investors grappling with the potential damage to an economy already ravaged by crisis.