The Federal Reserve, looking to provide a boost to a modestly growing economy, said Wednesday that it’s unlikely to raise interest rates before late 2014.
As the debt ceiling debate continues in Washington, there’s concern it will cost homebuyers more.
The Federal Reserve sizes up the economy in a two-day policy meeting which concludes Wednesday.
WWJ and FOX 2 Detroit’s Murray Feldman reports on closing the deal on many of the foreclosed homes available is not that easy.
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More worried about the recovery, the Federal Reserve took a small step Tuesday to bolster the economy.
Investors are finding disappointment everywhere and taking out their frustration on stocks. Stocks slumped Friday after banks’ second-quarter earnings fell short of expectations and a new survey found that consumers are becoming more pessimistic.
It’s a great time to refinance your home as mortgage rates hit another record last week, dropping down to their lowest level since Freddie Mac began tracking the rates in 1971.