The US Federal Reserve also intends to continue purchasing mortgage-backed securities, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 10
National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun predicts inflation will be delayed for five or six years — and then the price of everything will rise
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 14
The Main Street Lending program will provide four-year loans to businesses with fewer than 10,000 employees
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 10 Chief Economist Danielle Hale believes mortgage rates could go lower this week, but rates and affordability won't be the only thing impacting the housing market
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 16
The stock market plummeted last week at a historic rate before rebounding Monday
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 3
Helping millennial homebuyers find the right loans for them
by Steve Cook | Feb 25
Leaders of federal administrations always take credit for roaring economies, but the reality is more complex
by Lou Barnes | Dec 27
This December is packed with news, but markets remain unperturbed. That begs the question — what really matters?
by Lou Barnes | Dec 13
The latest jobs report is good; most other factors are stable. The economic wild card is the uncertain prospects of the outcome of the trade talks with China.
by Lou Barnes | Dec 6
The greatest threat to the global economy is trade friction with China
by Lou Barnes | Nov 22
The economy keeps humming along
by Lou Barnes | Nov 1
There might be some volatility ahead
by Lou Barnes | Oct 25
The Brexit deal, the negotiations with China and a new president of the European Central Bank are all good news
by Lou Barnes | Oct 18
The forecast for interest rates is still low, reinforced by new information from the Federal Reserve
by Lou Barnes | Oct 11
The numbers don't reflect a looming recession, just a natural slowdown
by Lou Barnes | Oct 7