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Heard on the Street: Miriam Gottfried, Alex Frangos, Justin Lahart and Richard Barley discuss what the Fed's first interest rate hike in nearly a decade means for the economy and the high yield market.

Where does the Federal Reserve go from here on interest rates? Hard to predict, says Robert Brusca at Fact and Opinion Economics, because Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen has been "as slippery as a wet bar of soap."

Loren Danielson at RBC Wealth Management offers guidance for investors after the Federal Reserve's decision to increase interest rates.

Camilla Papale, luxury branding and marketing consultant, talks all about the top luxury gifting trends among the wealthy this holiday season.

Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, offers advice for investors as the Federal Reserve holds a two-day meeting to debate whether to raise interest rates.

Moneybeat: With Third Avenue CEO ousted, energy and junk-bond sectors continue to feel the pain. Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer, Mike Cherney and Greg Zuckerman dissect what it all means and how long it will last.

With the Federal Reserve likely to raise interest rates this week, Jeff Reeves at InvestorPlace.com sees a hike as encouraging news. He explains why.

With the Federal Reserve meeting this coming week, Jeff Carbone at Cornerstone Financial Partners offers advice for dealing with an interest rate hike.

Financial Food Fight: Paul Vigna, Chuck Jaffe, Kristen Scholer, and Ben Levisohn take a look at the state of the stock market -- is the bull market about to end?

It's not just about curb appeal. Making your house stand out on the web is also crucial during the busy holiday season. Brian Balduf at VHT Studios offers advice for improving your online photos.

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