This week’s focus will be on the so-so housing market, which has been holding back the economy.
This week brings another “song from the big Chair” at the Federal Reserve.
Rates may be low but majority of Americans say housing remains unaffordable.
Upcoming economic readings may offer signs of whether the economy is in bloom.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen sounds a cautionary note about the weak recovery of the housing market.
The Fed finds that the winter thaw has helped the economy rebound from cold-weather slowdowns.
Builders are looking for reasons to be confident going into the spring buying season.
Are you trying to save money? If so, it may be a frustrating exercise. Regardless of how many coupons you use at the grocery store, you may feel like you’re not making significant progress. Many people try to trim expenses by focusing on small costs. They’ll skip the $2 fountain Coke when they buy lunch
Frigid weather is a stop sign for buyers, but the housing recovery is still on track.
Some cities and states have put the worst of the housing crisis behind but others are struggling to recover from foreclosures.