Prices are still lower than the 2014 spike in prices, when a gallon of gas cost near $4.
The Dow dropped 1,032.89 points Thursday, it’s second-largest point drop, to 23,860.
A 5-percent dip at least three times a year and a 10-percent correction once a year is normal, according to Edward Jones in Norwalk.
There was no major news that sparked the latest drop.
Ohio’s minimum wage will be $8.30 on Jan. 1, a 15-cent increase.
“Ten years after the beginning of the great economic depression in December 2007, rural America still has not recovered.”
Gas prices are 38 cents/g. higher than this time last year; 26.6 cents/g. higher than last month.
For deal hunters looking for Black Friday bargains in July, Tuesday is likely as close as it gets. Amazon's third Prime Day officially starts Tuesday, but this year the 30-hour event actually launched Monday at 9 p.m.
Momentum grows for statewide government transparency
About 12 million will pay more because of the higher Social Security taxable minimum this year.
Forty seven counties in Ohio now have contracts with Smart Bill.
Good news for local residents planning for retirement.
Here’s how to be green and save a few bucks in the process.
$5 and $10 bills also will change; last time a new portrait image appeared on a bill was between 1914 and 1928.
U.S. economy creates a solid 215,000 jobs in March