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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.

Macau Casino Revenue Plunges Record 23% as Austerity Bites

Macau's casino revenue took a drastic drop since the city started monthly records in 2005, as China's fight against corruption caused gamblers to cut back on big spending.

Netflix & American Express Upgraded, eBay Cut on Wall Street

Netflix (NFLX) and American Express (AXP) are upgraded but a downgrade for eBay (EBAY) in Thursday's Analysts' Actions.

What To Watch on Wall Street for Tuesday, October 7th 2014

On Tuesday October 7th, quick service restaurant company Yum! Brands is scheduled to release its third quarter earnings before market open.

Sears Holdings Tumbles on Eddie Lampert's $400 Million Loan

Shares of Sears Holdings tumbled on Tuesday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

The Threat From Europe for Visa, MasterCard and the Banks

A decision by Europe's highest court could have big implications for the U.S. business of banks and credit card companies.

American Express Beats Street as Cardmembers Spent More

It appears that more and more people were paying with their Amex cards in the latest quarter as profits at the credit card company grew 10% from 2013.

Visa Cuts Revenue Growth Forecast, Analyst Sees Underlying Health

Shares of credit card processor Visa slipped Friday trading after the company reported better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter earnings but trimmed its forecast for annual revenue growth.

Five Tips from the 'Money Coach' to Improve Your Credit Rating

Check your credit reports regularly because your credit rating determines the loan rate you'll get on mortgages.

Amex Faces Off Against U.S. Government in Antitrust Suit

American Express defends itself in an antitrust lawsuit brought on it by the U.S. Justice Department.