Economy at a glance

A row of luxury homes are seen near the Golden Gate Bridge in the Sea Cliff neighborhood of San Francisco, California.

What do foreign investors see in U.S. housing stock?

Nov 25, 2014
Luxury homes have been selling well of late, partly because of overseas investors.
Posted In: Housing, luxury houses, overseas investors, housing market
Police guard the Ferguson Police Department while demonstrators wait for the grand jury announcement in the Michael Brown case.

Grand juries usually decide to pursue charges

Nov 25, 2014
The numbers we're reading and watching for Tuesday.

Tell us what the economy feels like to you

Nov 24, 2014
It's election season. The word "economy" is flying. We want your story.
Posted In: elections, user-generated content
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge on their wedding day. A new study shows marriage is not as popular as it used to be.

Marriage and the class divide

Nov 24, 2014
Could stronger marriages narrow the class divide?
Posted In: marriage, couples, finances, families, labor force

Weekly Wrap: Immigration and the New York Fed

Nov 21, 2014
Kai's weekly chat about the week in business news.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, Wall Street, immigration reform
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen attends a Nov. 7 session of an international symposium on central banking  in Paris.

Avoiding the 'regulatory capture' trap

Nov 21, 2014
The Senate grills the president of the New York Fed about perceived coziness with the banks and people it oversees.
Posted In: The Fed, Federal Reserve, regulatory capture, Banks, Congress
Graduation day at New York University. Student debt can be paralyzing to many recent college graduates.

Gauging the crush of college debt, major by major

Nov 21, 2014
Here are the stories we're reading and numbers we're watching Friday morning.
The Detroit skyline at night. An influx of immigrants has helped parts of Detroit avoid the city's larger downward spiral.

For troubled Detroit, could immigration help?

Nov 21, 2014
Some believe offering visas to immigrants could give a boost to the troubled city.
Posted In: Immigration, Detroit, immigrants, Economy, work visas

Inflating art ... No, not Koons' balloon animals

Nov 21, 2014
A look at art as a smart financial investment.
Posted In: art, inflation
A woman bundles up against the cold. Cold temperatures are already striking hard in the midwest and northeast parts of the country.

Falling oil won't mean huge savings on home heating

Nov 20, 2014
Winter has got an early grip on the country.
Posted In: polar vortex, winter, oil prices, gas prices, heating
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