Jan 26, 2012 As the risk of Greece defaulting continues to be a threat, we can look to AIG as a warning.
Jan 26, 2012 The chairman of the Federal Reserve will be leading an undergraduate course on the Fed and its role in the economy. How are students reacting?
Heidi N. Moore
Jan 26, 2012 Durable goods purchases were up in December, reinforcing the feeling that the economy is making a recovery. Should we believe the hype?
Heidi N. Moore
Jan 24, 2012 Tomorrow the Federal Reserve Bank will let all 17 members of its committee publicly reveal they think will happen to interest rates in the coming months and years. Will this be good news for nervous markets?
Jan 23, 2012 Greece has been furiously working to save maybe $126 billion on what it owes investors on its government bonds.
Jan 20, 2012 In Greece, where negotiations are underway with international banks in an effort to reduce the country's debt. Greece has to make a deal in order to get another round of bailout cash and prevent a messy default.
Jan 20, 2012 A deal might be drawing near to reducing Greece's debt, and hopefully avoid further crisis in the eurozone.
Jan 16, 2012 Right after Wall Street closed on Friday, the ratings agency Standard and Poor's downgraded the credit ratings of nine European countries. France and Austria lost their prized AAA credit ratings.
Jan 16, 2012 Europe correspondent Stephen Beard discusses why the European markets remained pretty steady despite the credit downgrades of several European countries, and why we ought to worry about the Greek debt talks collapsing.