The average rate for a 30 year fixed rate morgage fell 7 points last week, while purchase application volume went up 0.9 percent
Private employers added 91,000 jobs in August 2011
The Justice Department's suit to block the merger could boost mobile-phone competition. If successful, the suit could preserve low-price plans that T-Mobile has been pushing.
Washington leadership's anti-market rhetoric is to blame for our current economic woes
A reader wonders how to balance setting money aside for the future with the desire to help those less fortunate
Experts agree that short-term stimulus combined with long-term austerity is the most likely outcome for a budget deal, but Congress probably won't reach an agreement before Thanksgiving.
Fiscal secession would actually benefit liberal states, which receive less federal tax benefit than their conservative counterparts
Low electricity prices, lighter labor regulations, and strict enforcement of the Clean Air Act are key to strengthening U.S. industrial policy
WiseWindow offers a service predicting stock market trends based on customer gripes via social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. Does it work?
Arguments abound on whether the President's jobs program should be large and ambitious or small and practical. But Obama cannot let the political market shape his goals for the economy.
The percentage of overall total serious single family delinquency was 4.08 percent in June 2011. Though in decline, single family delinquency remains at distressed levels.
Consumer confidence falls to lows not seen since depths of Great Recession. Such drops in consumer confidence often forecast falling growth.
Thinking about your debt in terms of the total amount you will be required to pay, rather than the amount that you initially take out, can actually reduce your total payment in the long run.