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Mortgage Lending Drops to 14-Year Low
Mortgage lending declined to the lowest level in 14 years as homeowners pulled back sharply from refinancing and house hunters showed little appetite for new loans. Nick Timiraos joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
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Live in Annie Potts's Home for $6.5 Million
"Ghostbusters" star Annie Potts lists her home for $26 million. TV star Mary Hart and her husband list their ranch for $26.5 million. Candace Taylor joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty.
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Is Your Spouse Hiding Money from You?
If you held back a little money from your spouse, you’re not alone. MarketWatch’s Catey Hill tells Tanya Rivero the surprising numbers regarding spouses and money. Photo: Getty
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The Real Reason You’ll Wait in Line for iPhone 6
With people lined up outside Apple stores waiting to be the first to own the new iPhone 6, is waiting its own reward? MarketWatch’s Charles Passy discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: AP
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When Dream Homes Become Reality
Purchasing a long-time dream home often requires patience and a lot of luck. Decades after they first saw it, the Engels were finally able to buy their home on L’Hammock Island. Photo: Julie Bidwell for The Wall Street Journal.
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Prosecutors Chase Billions in Uncollected Debts
The Justice Department has been unable to recover $97 billion from enforcement actions and other criminal cases, an amount that has tripled since 2004. Michael Rothfeld joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
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Alibaba IPO Insiders Get Rare Chance to Sell Early
A swath of early investors in Alibaba will be able to sell more than $8 billion in shares when the e-commerce company goes public. Matt Jarzemsky joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty.
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Hulbert: Don't Wait for Risk to Invest Conservatively
Is market risk higher today than at other times in recent years? Marketwatch's Mark Hulbert joins MoneyBeat has the answer and advises investors how to best navigate risk. Photo: Getty.
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Jazz Musician Returns to Inspirational Home
Dave Koz was inspired both personally and musically while living in the late John Marsh Davis’s home in Sausalito, California. More than two decades later, he is renting the house again. Photo: Chloe Aftel for The Wall Street Journal.
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Thurs., Sept. 18: Watch DuPont Stock
DuPont, Pier 1 Imports and Rite Aid Corp. are among stocks to watch. WSJ's John Shipman discusses on the News Hub with Michael Casey. Photo: AP