You might soon have to pay more to buy many common goods. New tariffs on hundreds of products from China went into effect over the weekend. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.

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JP Morgan Says New Tariffs Could Cost Average Americans $1,000 A YearYou might soon have to pay more to buy many common goods. New tariffs on hundreds of products from China went into effect over the weekend. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New Apple Card Available To Limited Number Of CustomersAfter CEO Tim Cook announced the Card would arrive in August, Apple on Tuesday began the initial deployment of its new branded credit card, sending out email invites to some of those who signed up to be "notified" that the card was indeed now available. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Stocks Slide On Wall Street As China Trade War Heats UpStocks slid on Wall Street on Monday after China let its currency drop to its lowest level in more than a decade; Tom Hanson reports for CBS2.
Rising Rents In New York CityAffordable apartments are getting hard to come by in New York City, so Nancy Wu of StreetEasy stopped to talk with CBSN New York's Ali Bauman about balancing salary increases versus rent increases.
President Trump Hopes Federal Reserve Will Cut RatesTwo days of talks began at the Federal Reservce, where a decision will be made on whether or not to cut interest rates. It would be the first rate cut in a decade, and President Donald Trump is hoping it will happen.
June Jobs ReportThe strong jobs report shows the U.S. economy still has strength. Employers added 224,000 jobs in June, the largest jump since January.
Stocks Rally On Wall StreetJune was a very good month on wall street.with the dow gaining more than 7 percent. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Financial Aid Tips For Your FamilyIf your kids are applying for college and don't have the money to pay for their education, student loads are probably their best option. But did you know - their choice of major could affect their loan rates? Charlie Javice, founder and CEO of, shares advice for students in the financial aid process.
Stocks Tumble As Trade War With China EscalatesTariffs are paid by importers of goods like retailers and wholesalers. They either absorb the fee, or increase prices to consumers. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
China Threatens To Retaliate As Trade War Tensions EscalateU.S. and Chinese negotiators are scheduled to meet for an 11th round of talk in Washington.
WeWork Plans To Go PublicThe parent company of WeWork said it's filed confidential paperwork with the SEC.
U.S. Economy Grew 2.6% In Q4 2018new gdp data shows the u-s economy grew more than expected during the fourth quarter. According to the commerce department, the economy expanded 2.6 percent in the final three months of 2018. While it was a slowdown from the prior quarter, it was better than expected. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Financial Tips From Jill SchlesingerIf you agonize about money, you're not alone. Nearly seven out of 10 Americans say finances are a significant source of stress, according to a recent survey. Jill Schlesinger talked with CBS2's Cindy Hsu about her book 'The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money'.
'The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money'CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger discusses her new book on "The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money" and money myths.
Report: Average New Yorker $4,200 In Debt By End Of YearA new study says New York's high rents take a big toll during the holidays, plunging many tenants into sizeable debt. CBSN New York's Alex Denis reports.
Ohio Now Accepting Bitcoin For Business Tax PaymentsBusinesses in Ohio can now register online to pay their taxes with the Bitcoin crypto-currency. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Stocks Lose Ground After Market RoutFears are rising over the impact of President Trump's aggressive trade policy and the repercussions of rate hikes. CBS News' Diane King Hall reports.
National Student Debt Crisis Grows To $1.5 TrillionLawmakers are working to find ways to decrease the college debt loan saddling students seeking a college education. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Update: Families Cry Student Loans A Debt TrapAfter decades of investing in education, students and their families pursuing college now say student loans creates a crippling amount of debt, and lawmakers are looking for solutions. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Money Management For College FreshmenFor college freshmen, the fall means a new lifestyle and new budget. Roy Paul, executive director of Cents Ability, offers some lessons on money management.
Save With The 'Zero Dollar Day' ChallengeSaving money can be a real challenge. As CBS2’s Kristine Johnson reports, there’s one extreme way to hold onto your hard-earned cash. It’s not easy, but it can be a real money game-changer.
Late Spring Means Tight Inventory For Suburban Real Estate Buyers, Experts SayAlong with flowers and weeds, strong interest is sprouting for suburban real estate. CBS2's Tony Aiello has more.
How Get The Most Out Of Student LoansExperts say many families lose out on money since they don't know where to look, or don't know they're eligible. Donald Kerr, senior manager of student learning for AAA, has tips about how to get the most out of student loans.
Bad Day On Wall StreetStocks tanked Thursday as President Trump promised to start taxing steel and aluminum imports. The Dow closed down 420 points. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports

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