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The U.S. economy grew strongly this year, and inflation jumped enough to jolt shoppers across the country. Usually such things send bond prices tumbling and, in turn, their yields soaring. But that didn't happen in 2021. Yields did rise through the year, and they to be sure left investors with losses in what's supposed to be the safe part of their portfolios. The largest bond fund lost 1.4% as of Dec. 13, on track for its worst yearly performance in eight.

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There’s no one-size-fits-all approach for meeting your investing goals. A strategy that works for retirement savings could be a poor fit for a home down payment or your emergency fund. Let’s take a look at some basic investing strategies for short-, medium- and long-term goals. It’s all a matter of balancing your tolerance for risk, […]

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Once you've opened an account, you'll want to explore your investment options and the risk they carry. Here are some of the most common investments you'll need to consider:

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Be aware of the close relationships your dog has formed over the past summer weeks. If they happen to be with a family member who is visiting for the summer or who is planning to move out this fall, try fostering new bonds between your dog and a family member who will continue to live in the house full time.

BEDFORD — A Moneta woman was granted $25,000 bond Friday on charges she was abusing prescription drugs when she crashed into a man’s truck and…

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