Expectations for QE taper, economic acceleration tempered by fragile nature of recovery
by Lou Barnes | Dec 13
Stable cost of energy is a huge help while buying time
by Lou Barnes | Oct 25
Commentary: Regulators' pullback from risk retention only prevents further tightening
by Lou Barnes | Aug 30
Commentary: Little danger economy will overheat on slow road back to 'normal'
by Lou Barnes | Jul 19
'Taper tantrum' gives way to realization that Fed does not want to abort the recovery
by Lou Barnes | Jun 14
Commentary: If credit markets are going to read news this way, rates could keep going up
by Lou Barnes | Jun 7
Commentary: Until recovery is self-sustaining, slow exit from QE3 is warranted
by Lou Barnes | May 17
Fed may begin to wind down stimulus program as early as this summer
by Inman | Apr 4
Fed expects only gradual decline in unemployment
by Inman | Mar 21
Fannie Mae sees rates on 30-year loans headed back above 4 percent this year
by Inman | Mar 14
Commentary: Clawing at the successful won't fix our problems
by Lou Barnes | Feb 22
Commentary: Despite investors' fears, central banks won't tolerate inflation
by Lou Barnes | Feb 1
Purchase loan demand up 26 percent from year ago
by Inman | Jan 24
Commentary: Listlessness in markets corresponds to White House policy vacuum
by Lou Barnes | Jan 18
Commentary: Long-term rates won't soar if bond purchases are scaled back
by Lou Barnes | Jan 4