First Citizens to acquire troubled Silicon Valley Bank, FDIC says
Customers of Silicon Valley will automatically become customers of First Citizens, which is headquartered in North Carolina.
US home values fell $2.3 trillion in 2022, but homeowners still benefiting from pandemic era gains: Redfin
The total value of U.S. homes was $45.3 trillion at the end of 2022, down 4.9% from a record high of $47.7 trillion in June – the most significant June-to-December drop in percentage terms since 2008, according to Redfin.
'I'm feeling helpless and unmoored': Etsy sellers go unpaid after Silicon Valley Bank collapse
Etsy said it will have to delay payments to its sellers after the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, but its words are of little comfort to those in need.
Good News: Student loan refinance interest rates edge down for 5-year loans
The latest trends in interest rates for student loan refinancing from the Credible marketplace, updated weekly.
Savings window opens: Today's 30-year mortgage rates fall to lowest levels in 26 days | March 13, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for March 13, 2023, which are down from last Friday.
Silicon Valley Bank crisis: Feds move in to help
In an effort to shore up confidence in the banking system, the Treasury Department, Federal Reserve and FDIC said that all Silicon Valley Bank clients would be protected and able to access their money.
Lawsuit: Transgender Wells Fargo teller says managers ‘laughed’ as customers mocked her
The former teller said customers abused and bullied her while her managers stood by, laughing or “playing silent.”
Home price gains lose momentum in December, but rate of decline slows: CoreLogic
On an annual basis, home prices increased by 6.9% in December compared to 8.6% in November and a historical high of 20% gained last spring.
$2 bills from 1890 could be worth over $4,500: report
The value of collectible $2 bills varies by series year, distributor type, seal color and circulation status.
Savings window opens: Today's 20-year mortgage rates edge down | Feb. 23, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for Feb. 23, 2023, which are largely unchanged from yesterday.
Fed officials signal more rate hikes likely amid sticky inflation, minutes show
Federal Reserve policymakers see more interest rate hikes ahead.
Rising inflation pushed Americans to pick between paying their bills or saving for the future: Allianz
Continued market volatility in the U.S. economy caused many Americans to report that they had to cut down on saving for the future, according to a recent Allianz survey.
Private student loan interest rates tumble for 10-year fixed-rate loans
The latest trends in interest rates for personal loans from the Credible marketplace, updated weekly.
Today's 15-year mortgage rates dip below 6 percent | Feb. 22, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for Feb. 22, 2023, which are largely up from yesterday.
Credit card delinquency rates for new users were higher than for those with established credit
Credit card delinquency rates have been trending higher for new credit users, according to a TransUnion report. High inflation and a volatile interest rate environment may cause delinquency rates to increase in the U.S. in 2023. Here’s how to pay down high-interest debt quickly.
Many Americans need second income to afford student loan payments without Biden's forgiveness plan: Survey
Fifty-five percent of Americans with student loan debt said they would have to work a second job to pay off loans, according to Cleo's survey on student debt forgiveness.
Today’s 20-, 30-year mortgage rates hold steady | Feb. 21, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for Feb. 21, 2023, which are mixed from last Friday.
Teen tracks down a grandmother who lost her wallet, sparking an unlikely friendship
An Arkansas teenager drove miles to find the owner of a lost wallet. Little did he know the road would lead to a beautiful beginning.
Rare doubled die error pennies sell for big bucks. Here's what they are, and how to find one
Coin collectors have been spending hundreds, thousands, and most recently, more than $1 million on a penny that was mistakenly stamped twice. Here's why the coins are valuable.
White House says GOP plans would add $3 trillion to national debt
The White House is charging the GOP with hypocrisy for favoring tax policies that could push the accumulated $31.4 trillion national debt higher.