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According to the latest MoneyRates.com data, online accounts continue to lead the way for high yields, while traditional bank rates continue to fade.
Recent declines in mortgage rates may generate enthusiasm for real estate investments, but there are reasons to be skeptical of this.
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Lower oil prices have some obvious benefits for the U.S., but they could also bring some problems -- especially as the drop becomes more extreme.
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