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The Downside of Cheaper Gas

Filed under: Travel, Gas Prices, Auto Insurance Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images By Dandan Zou With gas prices down by more than $ 1 a gallon in the past year, Americans collectively are spending $ 350 million a day less at the gas pump than they were a year ago, says the American Automobile Association. But the drop in gas ...

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Market Wrap: Cheaper Oil, Stronger Dollar Hurt Wall Street

Filed under: Market News Gerald Herbert/AP By Ken Sweet The stock market was hit hard Friday, capping a third week of declines, as investors reacted to a steep drop in oil prices and a jump in the value of the dollar. Utilities, major exporters and companies that make basic materials like steel had the biggest declines. The sell-off came at ...

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2 Reasons Your 2015 Vacation Could Be a Lot Cheaper

Filed under: Travel, Gas Prices, Airfare, Vacation Planning, Financial Education Goodluz/Shutterstock For millions of Americans, a family vacation is something you look forward to throughout the year. But travel can be a costly, and many travelers have to economize wherever they can. Fortunately, you’ll find that in 2015, a couple of important factors in determining the cost of your vacation ...

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Will Airfares Drop Because of Cheaper Oil?

Filed under: Travel, Gas Prices, Oil & Gas Industry, Travel Industry, Airfare Getty Images An unexpected gift consumers received at the end of 2014 was a steep drop in oil prices, which, as always, has led to declines in the costs of their derivatives. One big benefit consumers are enjoying from this movement is significantly lower prices for gasoline. As ...

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Adobe overhauls Creative Cloud with new touch features and cheaper pricing

Adobe updates don’t get the same amount of attention that they used to. No doubt, this is largely due to the company’s Creative Cloud platform, which pushes gradual improvements to more than 1 million subscribers automatically. But the company… Engadget RSS Feed

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