When policymakers and pundits talk about home affordability, they usually discuss mortgage interest rates and student loan debt. But the underlying problem is slow wage growth.
A Federal Reserve survey finds the economy is doing OK, certainly better than the stock market.
Minutes from the last Fed meeting indicate the central bankers have an eye on Europe.
Janet who? Most couldn’t name the current Fed chair in a new survey.
The unemployment rate dips to a six-year low during a big month for hiring.
Over the past 4 1/2 years, 10 million jobs have been added to private sector payrolls with 4.1 million jobs going to women.
Forecasters say it’s not too early to prepare for higher interest rates from the Fed.
Some Fed policymakers are getting itchier to raise rates as the economy moves “Closer to Fine.”
American shopping is undergoing a huge transformation as we spend more of our time and dollars online. As e-commerce sites boom, malls wither and big-box stores struggle to hold on to shoppers and fill empty floor space that used to be occupied by recorded music and other products that we’re now much more likely to
Mortgage borrowers who want rates to stay low have dodged another bullet with the release of the July jobs report.