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  • Stock market's continuing climb worries some Wall Street experts

    The stock market has maintained its smooth upward pace since the government shutdown ended in mid-October. Perhaps too smooth. The record-breaking run that continued Friday is unnerving some on Wall Street who worry that stock prices are getting ahead...
  • TAX-FREE MONEY MARKET FUNDS

    Tax-free money funds with assets of $100 million or more that are available to individual investors. For period ended October 28, 2013. 7-Day 7-Day Assets Average Average Compound Fund ($Mil) Maturity Yield(%) Yield(%) Alpine Municipal MMF/Inv 173.5 27...
  • SHORT MONEY MARKET FUNDS

    Money funds with assets of $500 million or more that are available to individual investors. For period ended October 08, 2013. 7-Day 7-Day Assets Average Average Compound Fund ($Mil) Maturity Yield(%) Yield(%) AZL Money Market Fund 939.1 56 0.00 0.00...
  • Some jumbo loans are now even cheaper than conforming mortgages

    With mortgage rates rising to levels not seen for two years, it's hard work finding a great deal on a home loan — unless you're rich enough to need a jumbo mortgage. These loans on steroids certainly aren't for everyone: Jumbos are defined as...
  • COPT unit to sell $250 million in notes

    Corporate Office Properties L.P., the operating partnership of Columbia-based Corporate Office Properties Trust, will issue $250 million on senior unsecured notes. The notes, due Feb. 15, 2024, will pay an interest rate of 5.25 percent. Corporate...
  • Big U.S. banks keeping door open to another financial crisis

    There are two ways to think about how far we've come in protecting against a repeat of the financial meltdown five years ago that plunged the world into recession. You can conclude that we've pretty much eradicated the risk of another such crisis. That'...
  • Lowering Md. corporate tax a bad idea

    The Sun's recent editorial, "Raise wages — no strings attached (Sept. 9), correctly debunks politicians' false linkage of the minimum wage with corporate taxation and observes that "uncertainty surrounding the federal sequester" makes the prospect...
  • Fees on prepaid card would erode son's allowance

    Dear Liz: My son is 12 and receives a regular monthly allowance that I've been giving to him in cash. I think it might be time for a checking account. I would like to teach him about using a debit card and not overdrawing his account. All the banks that I...
  • Investing: How target-date funds work

    Before you invest in a target-date fund, look under the hood. A target-date fund is only as good as its underlying holdings. In addition to getting to know the mechanics, you'll learn how the target-date portfolio tilts toward more narrowly defined...
  • Protect your spouse with life insurance

    Often when individuals retire, the need for life insurance either is greatly reduced or is not required. However, that is not always the case. Many long-term employees are eligible for a lifetime pension. Generally, they have the option of accepting a...
  • Survey finds credit card companies are protecting consumer interests in chargeback policies

    Several months ago, I wrote a column that discussed why it pays to use a credit card for large purchases, whether for merchandise or services. I pointed out that if you are dissatisfied with what you have purchased, you should document your complaint in...