U.S. stocks were little changed as the European Union agreed to sanctions against Russia, wiping out an earlier rally fueled by profits that beat analysts' estimates and a rally in telephone stocks.
ConsumerAffairs' founder and editor, Jim Hood formerly headed Associated Press Broadcast News, directing coverage of major news events worldwide.
U.S. stocks rose Tuesday on news about a spinoff in the telecommunications sphere that sent most stocks in the sector soaring and on better-than-expected results from Pfizer and Merck.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Homeownership in the United States fell again in the second quarter to the lowest level since the third quarter of 1995, suggesting many Americans are becoming renters.
A study from the Urban Institute shows more than 35 percent of Americans have debt and unpaid bills that have been reported to collection agencies.