Updated February 24 at 4:24pm
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A majority of American adults -- 54 percent -- are bullish on the U.S. stock market for 2017 and almost four in 10 say they anticipate being in a better financial situation during the upcoming year than they are now. more
Rhode Island had the seventh-highest percentage of noncurrent home loans in October at 7.3 percent, Black Knight Financial Services said this week. more
Brian Azar was recently hired as chief lending officer at Navigant Credit Union. Azar, a veteran banker, previously worked at People’s United Bank in Worcester, Mass., and served as executive vice president, region president of the Providence market at Santander Bank. more
Michael D. Ice is a professor of finance at the University of Rhode Island. Ice talks with Providence Business News periodically about capital markets and monetary policy, and today discusses federal rate increases and how they might impact the economy. more
(Updated 2:29 p.m.) Federal Reserve officials raised interest rates for the first time this year and forecast a steeper path for borrowing costs in 2017, saying inflation expectations have increased “considerably” and suggesting the labor market is tightening. more
Federal Reserve officials left interest rates unchanged while acknowledging rising confidence among consumers and businesses following Donald Trump’s election victory. more
Gear up for another year of two halves. more
The IRS has put together free resources for taxpayers who are self-employed or involved in the sharing economy. more
Arizona may have displaced Rhode Island as the least charitable state, but the Ocean State remains in the bottom 10 on WalletHub’s annual list. more
Nobody is really sure what Donald Trump will want from the Federal Reserve during his presidency: Will he try to make it adopt the “hard money” views of many people in his party, or will he want it to err on the side of letting the economy run hot? more
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