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A new global financial literacy test shows many of the world's teens, not just American ones, struggle with how to manage money.
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Inequality has created an empathy gap in the U.S. that could have economic consequences for everyone.
The amount of U.S. households owing money on student debt loans has more than doubled since 1989. Costs are still growing, and very quickly.
The theories of Paul Krugman call into question the necessity of the highly touted austerity measures favored by many governments around the world.