Greece is on the verge of default, which is affecting global markets. What does this mean for mortgage rates?
The shortened holiday week brings the government’s latest jobs reading. Will it be worth celebrating?
Hear how to prepare your pocketbook for the Fed’s approaching date with higher interest rates.
Janet Yellen and her Federal Reserve colleagues are still looking for the right time to raise interest rates.
This week brings the latest word from the Fed, plus updates on housing and inflation.
Retail sales and inflation reports may show whether the economy is still thirsty for growth.
Strong May employment report means the economy is strengthening and the Federal Reserve will stay on track to start tightening monetary policy. This means that mortgage rates will likely continue their upward march.
The government’s May jobs report is reminiscent of the days way back in late 2014.
The Senior Citizens League’s “2015 Survey of Senior Costs” showed a dramatic drop in inflation over the past year, due mostly to falling oil prices.
Does the economy or the Federal Reserve set CD rates? Let’s look at the evidence.