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Charlotte FC’s Lloyd Sam talks money — from a $50 dare to when he won’t pay extra

Welcome to “Money Clips with Ally,” where we chat with interesting people about all things money — from their guilty pleasure spend and what they’d do with $50, to financial lessons learned throughout their lives. Kicking off the series is Charlotte FC’s Lloyd Sam. As the club’s color commentator, Sam is well known by the […]

Financial News

Q4 Outlook 2022: Recession or Santa Claus rally?

It feels a bit like déjà vu entering the fourth quarter. The stock market has fallen sharply since mid-August and the R-word, recession, is at the top of the mind of most investors. The setup was similar in late June as we entered the third quarter. Dour investor, business and consumer sentiment continues to be […]

Financial News

Are Treasury ETFs a good place for your cash?

Savers rejoice! There’s an upshot to some of this year’s steep market declines: you can now earn a decent yield on cash. With the U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed) continuing its mission to squash inflation via higher interest rates, short-term yields have swiftly risen from near zero this time a year ago to now the […]

Ally News

Building a business while staying true to your individuality with designer Kingsley Gbadegesin

Nigerian-American designer Kingsley Gbadegesin’s clothing line, K.NGSLEY, is a demonstration of how authenticity can grow both the individual and the community. In 2021, Gbadegesin was the first business owner featured in Ally and the LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD’s critically acclaimed Changemakers series, which provided the K.NGSLEY brand with an opportunity to broaden its reach to […]

Ally News

NWSL players inspire in season two of Game Changers

As an official sponsor of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), Ally has the honor of amplifying the talent, character and passion of the league’s players. One of the many ways we help tell their stories is through Game Changers, a video series that highlights how players are changing the game, on and off the […]

Financial News

Will the EU’s energy crisis bring more economic turmoil?

One domino away from a recessionary topple  Investors are often nervous heading into September, historically the stock market’s worst-performing month. But September 2022 presents unique challenges. Inflation, rising interest rates, soaring natural gas prices – a number of factors could push the economy into a global recession. How should U.S. investors think about these issues […]

Smart Driving

The Car Mom shares her top tech picks for your next car

When it comes time to shop for a new car for the family, we all have our own priorities. There are the essentials to consider: safety, adequate space for your children (and as much of the soccer team as you can fit), plus all the road trip creature comforts you could ask for. But have […]

Savings Accounts

Kick-start your savings plan this fall

As summer turns to fall, the weather may be cooling down, but your spending might be warming up. American families with school-aged kids plan to spend $864 on back-to-school supplies this year, up $15 from last year. Compared to 2019, shoppers are expected to dole out $168 more on average, for a whopping $37 billion […]

Travel

10 tips to help you find cheap flights

Travel is one of life’s greatest pleasures — it can also be very expensive. Hotels, excursions, meals: The costs add up quickly. One of the biggest budget busters? Flights. The bad news is that higher-than-usual airfares seem to be sticking around. The good news is there are still plenty of ways to save on this […]

Financial News

Market’s on edge – Look to end of week

Inflation scares the market again. August’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) report was hotter-than-expected. Stocks tumbled the moment the news hit the tape. The Treasury market also took it on the chin with the 2-year yield surging 0.19% to climb above 3.75% for the first time since 2007. Moments like this are uncomfortable, if not downright […]

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