CNBC | May 19, 2015 Mark Okada, Highland Capital, and Mark Vitner, Wells Fargo Securities, provide perspective on the economy and provide their outlook on the market. NBCNews.com, 1 month ago
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(Guatemala) - Mark Vitner, analyst at Wells Fargo explained, that as expected, housing starts fell in May to a 1.04 million unit seasonally adjusted annual pace, while permits unexpectedly surged 11.8 percent. Key Quotes: "However, expiring tax ...FXStreet.com, 2 weeks ago
Stocks on both sides of the Atlantic moved lower ahead of a Greek referendum this Sunday, while a US jobs report threw doubt over expectations the Federal Reserve will hike rates in September. A survey showed the outcome of Sunday's referendum on ...Sharechat.co.nz, 4 days ago World shares dip on US jobs, Greece vote New Zealand Herald, 4 days ago
A recent study showed that people are better off buying than renting in the majority of cities in the U.S. However, for many millennials living in the biggest cities in the country, that dream may never become a reality. Bloomberg's recently ...REALTOR Magazine, 4 days ago There are 13 U.S. cities where millennials can't afford to buy a house News-me.com, 3 weeks ago 13 U.S. cities where millennials can't afford to buy a house Social Dashboard, 3 weeks ago Boston Millennials Need to Earn an Additional $4K to Afford Buying a Home Bostinno, 3 weeks ago
(Bloomberg) -- Thursday's jobs report probably keeps Federal Reserve officials on course to raise rates as soon as September, economists said, although the lack of wage pressure may damp their confidence in the outlook for higher inflation. The ...La Repubblica, 4 days ago
See Also Is homeownership going out of fashion? A quick glance at the most recent batch of data, contained in a report published late last month by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, certainly seems to suggest as much. The ...Business Insider, 5 days ago
July 01 --The Triangle jobless rate ticked up in May as the predictable surge of recent college graduates and other summertime workers entered the local labor market. The unemployment rate rose from 4.8 percent in April to 5 percent in May, ...4 Traders, 5 days ago NC jobless rate rises to 5.7% in May [The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)] Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago Triangle's jobless rate remains at 4.8% in April [The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)] Bloomberg, 1 month ago Wells Fargo : Triangle's jobless remains at 4.8% in April 4 Traders, 1 month ago
(Bloomberg) -- Purchases of new homes in the U.S. rose in May to the highest level in seven years, signaling the industry is gaining momentum heading toward the second half of the year. Sales climbed 2.2 percent to a 546,000 annualized pace, ...La Repubblica, 1 week ago Sales of New Homes Increase to Highest Level in Seven Years National Mortgage News, 1 week ago
Federal Reserve officials signaled they are unlikely to raise interest rates in June while leaving open the option of tightening later in the year. Minutes of their April meeting, released on Wednesday in Washington, also confirmed that the Fed ...Treasury & Risk Management, 2 weeks ago Fed Signals June Liftoff Unlikely Amid Headwinds to Growth La Repubblica, 1 month ago Fed Signals June Rate Rise Is Unlikely Amid Headwinds to Growth La Repubblica, 1 month ago
June 21--New Jersey's job market, for long lagging the nation, is beginning to show signs of life. The state added 10,100 jobs in May thanks to a surge in private-sector hiring, putting the economy back on pace with the rest of the nation. It's ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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