The economy has performed better than expected lately. That’s partly because expectations were low.
The Senate Banking Committee has approved the nomination of Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve chair.
The Fed hadn’t seen enough improvement in the economy to begin cutting asset purchases.
Janet Yellen released her statement before her confirmation hearing, but her toughest challenge likely will be tomorrow.
The Labor Department’s October jobs report shows little impact from the 16-day partial government shutdown.
The Labor Secretary says the government shutdown weighed heavily on employers but urges Americans to remain hopeful about the economy.
Some cities and states have put the worst of the housing crisis behind but others are struggling to recover from foreclosures.
The government says inflation is under control. But what you see could be different.
A decline in September’s existing home sales didn’t surprise analysts.
In true horror movie fashion, the debt ceiling is closing in on the U.S. economy.