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Anheuser-Busch InBev Shares Rise on Merger News

Anheuser-Busch InBev shares were on the rise Friday despite missing second quarter profit forecasts

Here’s Why China’s Economic Transition Isn’t So Bad

Why better days are ahead for China's economy.

Radical Steps Are Needed to Restore Market Confidence

The same old problem is still here: the world is drowning in debt.

The Vote Heard Around the World, Brits Vote to Leave the EU

Global stock markets are plummeting and the British pound has fallen to a 30 year low.

Fitch Ratings Affirms United States' Top Notch Debt Rating

The United States' fiscal deficit will increase this year, but Fitch says it's not a threat to Uncle Sam's credit worthiness.

Moody's Chart Is Looking Blue

MCO could decline to the $80 level before we would expect some support to develop.

Lending Club CEO Discusses New Citi Partnership and Record Growth

LendingClub CEO, Renaud Laplanche joins TheStreet's Janet Al-Saad Alvarez in an exclusive interview to announce a new partnership with Citi focused on community lending for low and moderate-income families.

Greek Debt Talks Moving Slowly But Deal Will Be Reached: Analyst

Weekend talks between Greece and its creditors moved slowly, but Blanka Kolenikova, a political analyst with IHS in London, believes an agreement will ultimately be reached.

Top 3 Ways You Can Increase Your Credit Rating This Year

Keeping tabs on your credit rating can be an ongoing headache. Just one late payment can skew years of efficiency. But hope could be on the horizon.

Greece Warned That Political Chaos May Hurt Credit Rating

The credit rating agency Fitch has warned that prolonged political uncertainty in Greece could hurt the country's sovereign rating, after a snap general election was called for Jan. 25.