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While cashless options gain traction, there is a growing clamor for keeping cash alive. Henk Esselink of the European Central Bank, explains why cash matters.
Uber’s debut as a public company has been awkward at best, but the bigger question is how well it will fare in the long run.
Fueled by the lower corporate tax rate, share buybacks among S&P 500 companies shot to a fourth consecutive record in the last quarter of 2018. Wharton's Jeremy Siegel and William[…]
New York University professor William Silber’s new book focuses on the leading role that silver has played in economics, history and culture.
Cryptocurrencies are poised to advance to a new level as institutional investors and more Wall Street veterans look to get involved -- and the "tourists" exit, experts say.
New research from Wharton professor Olivia Mitchell looks at how annuities can help secure enough retirement income when the products are included in pension plan menus.
Broke Millennial author Erin Lowry takes the intimidation out of investing and offers practical financial advice for her peers.
Investors and managers need more than just reams of information to make good decisions -- they need to know which data are important and how to use them, Wharton research[…]
Consumers are mostly happy with their jobs and personal finances, but many remain cautious about spending, say experts at The Conference Board.
Overly loose mortgage standards are not exactly making a comeback, but some loans today are close to regulatory guardrails. New Wharton research offers a tool that can help regulators know[…]