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Inflation: A 'sweet spot' for consumer prices

Jul 22, 2014
The latest inflation numbers show prices are not too hot and not too cold.
Posted In: inflation, consumer prices, Economy
Trulia

Don't blame millennials. Blame the middle-aged!

Jul 17, 2014
Young Americans are buying houses at the same rate as they did in the 1990's.
Posted In: Housing, millennials, Economy, Analysis
Infrastructure

'Stopgap' government frustrates feds and businesses

Jul 15, 2014
Governing by crisis makes the federal government wasteful and inefficient.
Posted In: Economy, government spending, funding

A woman quit her job on TV: Good news for the economy?

Feb 3, 2014
So was no one at the Department of Labor watching the Superbowl?
Posted In: quitting your job, Economy, workplace culture

The United States of new shoes

Jan 30, 2014
The U.S. economy showed some solid growth last quarter -- mostly because American consumers were spending more
Posted In: Economy, consumer goods, shoes

Weekly Wrap: No yellin' at Yellen

Nov 15, 2013
Chatting with CNBC's John Carney and Nela Richardson, from Bloomberg Government.
Posted In: Economy, Fed, dodd-frank

Orders for durable goods ticked up slightly, but not by much

Sep 25, 2013
Orders for durable goods went up 0.1 percent.
Posted In: durable goods, Economy

Alibaba goes after U.S. IPO after ditching Hong Kong option

Sep 25, 2013
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba is reportedly pulling out of a Hong Kong initial public offering, and plans to go public in the U.S. instead.
Posted In: Economy, business, alibaba, Lu Zhaoxi, Jack Ma, IPO, hong kong

Federal Reserve confounds the economic forecasters

Sep 19, 2013
The Federal Reserve's big surprise: no cuts to bond buying for now, the economy isn't strong enough.
Posted In: Fed, FOMC, tapering, stimulus, bond buying, Economy

If Mexico doesn't qualify for the World Cup, the fans aren't the only ones that will be weeping

Sep 19, 2013
If the Mexican national soccer team doesn't qualify for next year's World Cup, it could be a big economic blow on both sides of the border.
Posted In: Mexico, soccer, Economy, Sports, World Cup

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