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The national average annual percentage rate (APR) remained stuck at 15.01 percent Wednesday for the sixth consecutive week. None of cards tracked by CreditCards.com advertised new interest rates. Issuers left promotional APRs and balance transfers
The market then turned higher after the Institute for Supply Management nonmanufacturing report indicated stronger than expected output in the service sector of the U.S. economy. V ) , the top-weighted company on the Dow, dropped as far as $209.
The school year is winding down; summer travel plans are revving up. Whether it's a road trip on the nation's freeways or a jet flight across the world, chances are you'll be using a credit card on those travels. Before you depart, here's a roundup
Mike Rosinski, 51, doesn't really know how a string of fraudulent charges ranging from as little as $3.19 for some odd outfit in Missouri to $434.10 at a Fry's Electronics in another state ended up hitting his Visa credit card in mid-April. Maybe, he
Summer travelin' with your credit card: Don't leave home without it?...It's May: The school year is winding down; summer travel plans are revving up. Whether it's a road trip on California's freeways or a jet flight across the world, chances are you'
T here are around 350 million debit cards in circulation in India as compared to only 19 million credit cards. SBI, Citibank and American Express are the top five issuers of credit cards in India -- each offering a range of rewards and benefits to
Most card issuers left credit card terms unchanged this week. Capital One boosted the maximum possible APR on the Quicksilver Cash Rewards credit card by 2 percentage points. However, the rate hike didn't affect the national average because
Consumers who want to get their hands on a free credit score might want to look at their credit card statements or online accounts. A few credit card issuers are providing free access to credit scores for their cardholders...In the past, some
The sporting goods store Cabela's readjusted the APR on the Cabela's Club Visa by 0.01 percent. However, the rate change was too small to affect the national average. Frequent Cabela's shoppers who want to use the card for non-Cabela's store
He used to be a comedian doing mediocre skits on Saturday Night Live. Now, Al Franken wants to protect consumer data from being stolen by Internet hackers. Franken, who long ago hung up his comedy schtick, is now a junior Democratic senator from