Citi to Refund $700 Million for Deceptive Card Practices
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Citi to Refund $700 Million for Deceptive Card Practices

KEN SWEET, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Nine million credit card customers will…

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US Consumer Borrowing Expanded $20.5 Billion in March
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US Consumer Borrowing Expanded $20.5 Billion in March

MARTIN CRUTSINGER, AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumers increased their borrowing in March by…

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Everywhere They Want to be, and Now China, Too
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Everywhere They Want to be, and Now China, Too

KEN SWEET, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The Chinese are spending trillions of…

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A Third of Millennials Have Never Had a Credit Card
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A Third of Millennials Have Never Had a Credit Card

New Credit Card Technology Can’t Come Soon Enough
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New Credit Card Technology Can’t Come Soon Enough

  (CBS News) – Last week one of our credit cards was compromised. Again. Oh,…

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AmEx Troubles: Some Cardholders Can Leave Home Without It
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AmEx Troubles: Some Cardholders Can Leave Home Without It

KEN SWEET, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — For decades, American Express was the…

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Why Fed Won’t Have a Big Impact on Your Loans Anytime Soon
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Why Fed Won’t Have a Big Impact on Your Loans Anytime Soon

MATTHEW CRAFT, AP Business Writers PAUL WISEMAN, AP Business Writers NEW YORK (AP) — Nobody…

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AmEx Is Losing Its Millionaires
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AmEx Is Losing Its Millionaires

  (Bloomberg) – Hedge-fund manager Whitney Tilson used his American Express card for three decades…

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Visa Wants to Make it Even Harder for Thieves to Buy Gas with Your Credit Card
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Visa Wants to Make it Even Harder for Thieves to Buy Gas with Your Credit Card

  (The Washington Post) – Gas stations are among the easiest places for crooks to use stolen…

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Credit Card Debt Drops to $850 Billion
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Credit Card Debt Drops to $850 Billion

By Charlene Crowell NNPA Columnist In a recent report to Congress, the Board of Governors…

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