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Credit card interest rates are higher than ever, but 8 cards have a lower APR if you need to carry a balance
Credit card interest rates are at a historic high, but there are still some options that offer low APRs, both with 0% introductory offers and after.
What is a good interest rate on a credit card? The lowest APR you can possibly get — and that all depends on your credit score.
The Fed has lowered interest rates for the first time since the depths of the Great Recession, but it’s still a great time to save money
Americans will soon see the interest rates on their savings accounts decrease after the Fed cut rates, but probably not by much.
Goldman Sachs’ Marcus is lowering interest rates on its savings account for the first time as Wall Street prepares for a potential Fed rate cut
Goldman Sachs' Marcus follows in the footsteps of fellow high-yield savings account Ally, which also cut its rates in late June.
Stocks are rising before Fed meets as rate cuts are front and center; Hong Kong shelves its extradition bill, helping sentiment
All eyes are on the Fed. Hong Kong suspended a law that fueled concerns the US could revoke its special status, exposing it to tariffs on China goods.
As the economy cools, the market is increasingly betting that lower interest rates are around the corner.
The vast majority of Republicans support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders’ plan to cap credit-card interest rates at 15%
Overall, about 68% of respondents said they either support or strongly support the plan, the Loan Shark Prevention Act.
Most people don't know you can call your credit-card issuer to ask for a reduced interest rate, according to a CompareCards.com survey.
Mnuchin says Trump doesn’t believe he has the right to fire the Fed chair, despite reports saying he has privately discussed the possibility
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Saturday that President Donald Trump does not believe he has the power to fire the Fed chair, Jerome Powell.
President Donald Trump renewed his attacks on the Federal Reserve and Chairman Jerome Powell, blaming them for stock-market wobbles and GM's layoffs.