From buying smashed avocado for breakfast to splashing out on $4 cups of coffee, millennials have been getting a bad rap for their perceived lack of money management.
Albert Einstein supposedly once said: "No one can win at roulette unless he steals money from the table while the croupier isn't looking."
A new survey of young New Zealanders by the Westpac-Massey Fin-Ed Centre shows that many believe their financial situation will improve in the coming year and their money management skills require no improvement.
For those who use a mobile wallet, a new app aims to help keep track of when electronic cash is running low.
Why do shopping addicts keep spending even in the face of harmful financial, emotional and social consequences? A new study suggests poor credit management and a belief that new purchases will create a happier life fuel compulsive ...
The Dow Jones industrial average reached a record high on Tuesday and continued rising throughout the week, erasing all of the losses suffered in the Great Recession of 2008–2009. But many investors have ignored the stunning ...
Making a killing on initial public offerings used to be easy.
The pharmaceuticals industry presents a quandary for potential investors: Major investments in drug development pay off handsomely in a relatively small number of cases, but many other projects deliver no returns at all. ...
Researchers have found a way to measure the likelihood of global stock market losses by identifying periods in which shocks may be more likely to spread across many national markets.
Facebook is finally going public. For investors lucky enough to get in on the IPO, the question is simple: Is this going to be the mother lode that puts their kids through college? Or an over-hyped dud?