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  • 13 minutes 16 seconds
    Why Living ‘Happily Ever After’ Hits Different for Gen Z

    For many in Gen Z, the path to accumulating wealth and achieving financial security differs significantly from previous generations. Wall Street Journal markets reporter Gunjan Banerji spoke with Vivian Tu, CEO of Your Rich BFF, at this month’s Future of Everything festival.


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    29 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 8 minutes 42 seconds
    Why a $50,000 Salary Is Critical for Public-University Graduates

    New research from Strada Education Foundation shows that public-university graduates need to earn at least $50,000 a year in their first decade off-campus to make their degree worthwhile. Wall Street Journal reporter Alyssa Lukpat joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss.  


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    28 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 5 minutes
    What’s News in Markets: Dimon’s Day, Target Missed, Ticket Lawsuit

    What did CEO Jamie Dimon mean about the price of JPMorgan’s stock? And what is Target doing about its sales? Plus, why is the DOJ going after Live Nation? Host Francesca Fontana discusses the biggest stock moves of the week and the news that drove them.

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    25 May 2024, 10:00 am
  • 7 minutes 59 seconds
    The U.S. Dollar Is Giving Some Travelers More Spending Power

    The U.S. dollar is at its highest value against foreign currencies since 2002. WSJ reporter Katherine Hamilton joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss why that has caused some travelers to book trips to Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.


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    24 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 8 minutes 29 seconds
    Is 5-to-9 the New 9-to-5?

    To get a jump on the workday and their co-workers, many professionals are putting in four hours of work before the standard eight-hour time shift. Wall Street Journal “On the Clock” columnist Callum Borchers joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss.


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    23 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 7 minutes 43 seconds
    How a Financial Therapist Can Ease Your Money Worries

    Americans hoping to break bad habits and improve the way they feel about money are booking sessions with financial therapists. Wall Street Journal contributor Joann S. Lublin joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss.


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    22 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 9 minutes 38 seconds
    Loans From Relatives Can Get Awkward. There’s an App for That.

    Cash-strapped family members who want to ask relatives for a loan can use apps and websites that can help manage payment schedules and reduce costs. Wall Street Journal reporter Dalvin Brown joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss.



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    21 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 9 minutes 5 seconds
    Getting a Refund From Airlines Will Be Easier Under New Rules

    New government rules, which take effect in October, will simplify the process of being refunded for canceled or delayed flights. Wall Street Journal “Carry On” columnist Dawn Gilbertson joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss. 


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    20 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 13 minutes 50 seconds
    What if You Can No Longer Live in Your Home? You Have Options

    After buying your home, sustaining homeownership can be financially overwhelming as renovations and ongoing maintenance, on top of monthly mortgage payments, put pressure on personal finances. In the final installment of Your Money Briefing’s series “Buying a Home and Keeping It,” we look at resources available to homeowners and pitfalls to avoid. 


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    19 May 2024, 7:01 am
  • 4 minutes 41 seconds
    What’s News in Markets: Dow 40K, Meme Stocks, Walmart Growing

    How did website-design platform Squarespace’s stock make big moves? And are we trading GameStop like it’s 2021? Plus, how is Walmart planning its future? Host Francesca Fontana discusses the biggest stock moves of the week and the news that drove them.

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    18 May 2024, 10:00 am
  • 9 minutes 55 seconds
    The Rising Cost of Making New Friends

    Many Americans are spending as much as 80% of their discretionary funds on socializing and making new friends, as the cost of dining and attending events often outpaces the rate of inflation. Wall Street Journal reporter Katherine Hamilton joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss.


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    17 May 2024, 7:01 am
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