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Yellen, ECB move the markets; CEOs pessimistic about 2016; credit card rule saves consumers billions

U.S. stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) are on edge after ECB actions and Janet Yellen fail to impress Wall Street.

Here are some of the other stories we're keeping an eye on today at Yahoo Finance:

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CEOs aren't optimistic about U.S. economy in 2016

A survey of CEOs by PwC says business leaders are not optimistic about the U.S. economy next year. How is this impacting the prospects for growth in 2016?

Credit-card law saves consumers $16 billion in fees

Credit card fees are declining. Consumers have saved more than $16 billion in fees, including $7 billion in late fees. What's behind the drop?

Best pensions for millennials

A list of countries with the best pensions for millennials is out. Results from a new study shows that millennials in Spain, Luxembourg, and Turkey will feel less of a financial shock when retiring. What’s causing the global pension crisis and where does the U.S. fall on the list?

Toys R Us to close flagship NYC store

One of the world's most iconic toy stores is shutting down. Toys "R" Us is planning to close its flagship store in New York City’s Times Square at the end of the month. What’s behind the company’s decision to close the store?