Most people under the age of 70 have lived their entire lives in a world where economic growth is a constant. But the world's continued fiscal woes mean that's no longer the case.
Federal Reserve's statement says it will review size of its securities holdings. Instead of creating more currency, Federal Reserve could sell its securities and buy government bonds.
US new home sales skidded to a record low in February, except for one category: homes under $200,000. Goodbye, McMansions.
Since it fell, the economy has been shoddily glued back together. But it still has more cracks than Humpty Dumpty.
The International Monetary Fund gathering ended with nations going their own way on exchange rates. One reason: the difficult relationship between the US and China.