Additional increases throughout the year could push mortgage rates as high as 5 percent by year's end
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Mar 21
The incremental hike marks the third such hike in 2017 and sets the stage for what will likely be three or four adjustments in 2018
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Dec 13
Separating media hype from economic realities
by Lou Barnes | Apr 24
Japan is everyone's 'bug in search of a windshield'
by Lou Barnes | Jan 3
Prospects for faster growth are apparent only in Fed models
by Lou Barnes | Nov 22
Deeply wise, Obama's choice to succeed Bernanke does not make good television
by Lou Barnes | Nov 15
Commentary: Fears of new bubbles -- especially in stock markets -- are legitimate
by Lou Barnes | Sep 13
Commentary: Brace yourself for next week's Fed meeting and almighty payroll numbers
by Lou Barnes | Jul 26
Commentary: Little danger economy will overheat on slow road back to 'normal'
by Lou Barnes | Jul 19
Commentary: Every modern Fed tightening cycle has ended in recession
by Lou Barnes | Jul 5
'Taper tantrum' gives way to realization that Fed does not want to abort the recovery
by Lou Barnes | Jun 14
Commentary: Fears of overheating economy or Fed tightening are mostly imagined
by Lou Barnes | May 24
Commentary: Profound budget and spending cuts needed to avoid another recession
by Lou Barnes | Nov 21
Commentary: Expect new leadership at Fed and Treasury regardless of who wins
by Lou Barnes | Nov 2
Commentary: Romney might tame House, but Obama could have best shot at entitlement reform
by Lou Barnes | Oct 5