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CNBC

The secret to lower credit card rates and fees
CNBC
The typical American has a credit card balance of $6,375, up nearly 3 percent from last year, according to Experian's annual study on the state of credit and debt in America. Total credit card debt has reached its highest point ever, surpassing $1 ...

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Reuters

BIS wants tighter rules for funds offering credit, fintech
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - Regulations introduced after the financial crisis a decade ago to smooth out banking booms and busts should be extended to funds that provide credit, or shadow banks, and fintech firms, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS ...

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GQ Magazine

Stephen Miller Wants Credit for Breaking Up Families at the Border
GQ Magazine
One Trump adviser isn't running away from the president's decision to lock up children—he's celebrating it. Donald Trump may want to blame the Democrats for his administrations decision to ramp up child detention at the Mexican border, but one of his ...

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Credit Market Week In Review For June 11-15
Seeking Alpha
Obviously, the big news this week was the Fed voting to raise rates 25 basis points, which raised the target Federal Funds rate to 1.75-2%. I looked at its statement in detail earlier this week. The key takeaway is that it's possible that we'll see two ...


Big bucks plucked down on credit expenses
Boston Herald
MEALS AND MILES: State employees in the departments housed in the Transportation Building, above left, were the biggest credit card users, spending $2.3 million. Expenses ranged from meals at places like Spinelli's, center, Amazon and JetBlue flights.


USA TODAY

Not just credit cards: More retail apps are offer ways to get cash back
USA TODAY
You may need to link a credit or debit card, or visit the app before you shop to unlock the deal. And then there's the fine print to read: Some will offer money back, but only up to a certain amount. And in most cases, debit card purchases need to be ...
Not just credit cards: More apps offer ways to get cash backtelegraphherald.com

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CNBC

The best cash back credit card if you have average credit - CNBC.com
CNBC
You don't need excellent credit to qualify for a card that can save you hundreds of dollars a year.

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Read this before giving your teenager a credit card - MarketWatch
MarketWatch
Here are the pros and cons to consider before choosing a card for your teen.

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KGO-TV

Credit freezes may help prevent identity theft
KGO-TV
Emily Rusch, executive director of the California Public Research Group, said credit freezes are a great consumer tool, but come with a price tag. The three main credit reporting agencies charge $10 to place a freeze on your account, Rusch explained ...


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Credit freezes will soon be free for everyone - NBC News
NBCNews.com
Congress has mandated free credit freezes in response to consumer outrage over the Equifax breach that exposed private data for more than 146 million ...

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