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Emboldened athletes push back on old-school coaching methods 12/07/2022 09:54pm • SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Some of Geoff Bonds rowers loved and appreciated his demanding style. They thrived on how the coach at the University of California-San Diego pushed them to the limit while preparing them to take on the real world. But for others, Bond was a nightmare, with over-the-top int Co-buying a house: How platonic partners make it work Co-buying a house: How platonic partners make it work 12/07/2022 10:45am • Seven years ago, Phil Levin and his girlfriend, Kristen Berman, pondered a common question: Should we move in together? Levin assumed theyd take a predictable path and find a more affordable apartment outside of pricey San Francisco. But Berman, a behavioral scientist, shared her reservations Holiday gift giving for financial advisors and clients Holiday gift giving for financial advisors and clients 12/05/2022 06:59am • 'Tis the time of year when financial advisors begin seeking the perfect client gift. The right gift can elevate a relationship, but it's a decision that balances cost with the ability to deliver and meet client expectations. It can subconsciously demonstrate the advisor's money acumen in a unique How to help your kids understand inflation and holiday spending How to help your kids understand inflation and holiday spending 12/02/2022 05:12pm • It may be time to talk with your kids about how tight your budget is for Christmas. Gregg Murset, who runs a business called BusyKid and is a certified financial planner, said "go ahead dont be shy ... I think they love it, and I think they get it quickly." On a recent episode of WTOP's DMV 5 of the Best Stocks to Buy for December 12/01/2022 07:00pm • November was a strong month for stocks, with the benchmark S&P 500 gaining more than 5%. This came on top of the market's big rally in October. Lower inflation numbers have given traders new optimism. Now that inflation appears to be moderating, it has given the Federal Reserve the ability to st Switzerland says it knows of $48.5 billion in Russian assets 12/01/2022 05:58am • BERLIN (AP) Swiss authorities said Thursday that they have been notified of 46.1 billion francs ($48.5 billion) in assets held by Russian nationals and entities in the Alpine country since sanctions were introduced earlier this year. Switzerland, which isn't a European Union member but has close Asian shares gain after Fed chair signals slower rate hikes Asian shares gain after Fed chair signals slower rate hikes 11/30/2022 11:18pm • BANGKOK (AP) Shares advanced in Asia on Thursday after a rally on Wall Street spurred by the Federal Reserve chair's comments on easing the pace of interest rate hikes to tame inflation. Signs that China may be shifting its approach to containing COVID-19 outbreaks to focus more on vaccinations Powell: Fed to keep rates higher for longer to cut inflation Powell: Fed to keep rates higher for longer to cut inflation 11/30/2022 04:14pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The Federal Reserve will push rates higher than previously expected and keep them there for an extended period, Chair Jerome Powell said Wednesday in remarks likely intended to underscore the Fed's single-minded focus on combating stubborn inflation. Yet in a speech at the Brook What Is a Bait and Switch Interview? 11/29/2022 07:00pm • If you've never heard of a bait and switch job interview, it may be because the practice was fairly rare in the past. But according to Matt Erhard, the managing partner of recruiting firm Summit Search Group, the unethical practice of having someone stand in for you as a proxy during an interview is NATO renews membership vow to Ukraine, pledges arms and aid NATO renews membership vow to Ukraine, pledges arms and aid 11/29/2022 03:45pm • BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) NATO doubled down Tuesday on its commitment to one day include Ukraine, a pledge that some officials and analysts believe helped prompt Russia's invasion this year. The worlds largest security alliance also pledged to send more aid to Ukrainian forces locked in battle 2 Fed officials favor keeping key rate at peak through 2023 2 Fed officials favor keeping key rate at peak through 2023 11/28/2022 04:17pm • WASHINGTON (AP) Two Federal Reserve officials said Monday that they favor raising the Fed's key rate to roughly 5% or more and keeping it at its peak through next year longer than many on Wall Street have expected. John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who is a Kimberly Palmer: Holiday survival tips from 5 financial pros Kimberly Palmer: Holiday survival tips from 5 financial pros 11/28/2022 08:38am • For Ryan Decker, surviving the holiday shopping season is all about planning ahead. In fact, if he sees a gift for one of his two young sons in March, hell go ahead and buy it, instead of rushing through his shopping list in December. It very much eases the burden, he says, making his De Central European PMs stress shared ties amid friction on war Central European PMs stress shared ties amid friction on war 11/24/2022 12:09pm • KOSICE, Slovakia (AP) The leaders of four Central European countries meeting in a regional summit in Slovakia Thursday emphasized the issues that tie them together and downplayed divisive ones. The prime ministers of the Visegrad Four countries Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hun Biden to extend student loan pause as court battle drags on Biden to extend student loan pause as court battle drags on 11/22/2022 07:02pm • WASHINGTON (AP) President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that his administration will extend a pause on federal student loan payments while the White House fights a legal battle to save his plan to cancel portions of the debt. "It isn't fair to ask tens of millions of borrowers eligible for relief OECD forecast: High rates, inflation to slow world growth OECD forecast: High rates, inflation to slow world growth 11/22/2022 05:18pm • Hobbled by high interest rates, punishing inflation and Russias war against Ukraine, the world economy is expected to eke out only modest growth this year and to expand even more tepidly in 2023. That was the sobering forecast issued Tuesday by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperatio
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