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7:56 AM - Monday, March 02, 2015
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Chris Kahn
NEW YORK -- After government reports gave a mixed read on the U.S. economic recovery, oil prices on Thursday settled close to where they began.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Martin Crutsinger
WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will begin holding news conferences four times a year to explain the Federal Reserve's interest rate decisions and its views on the economy.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
BRASILIA, Brazil -- It lacks the urgency of a nuclear crisis in Japan, or fighting in Libya or the threat of a government shutdown at home. But President Barack Obama embarks Friday on a trip to Latin America that many in the hemisphere conside . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post
NEW YORK -- When it comes to the mood of the market, strategist Brian Gendreau called what happened on Wednesday Exhibit A.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Neil Irwin
The nation's large banks have made major progress rebuilding capital levels that had been depleted during the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve said Friday, as it gave many of the firms the green light to pay dividends to their shareholders.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
-- --- Investors cheer dividend increases at large banks
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Lori Montgomery
The independent analysis offers fresh ammunition to Democrats seeking block the Republican plan.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
-- MONDAY, March 28 WASHINGTON - Commerce Department releases personal income and spending for February, 8:30 a.m.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
NEW YORK -- It was one more blow for Bank of America: the Federal Reserve didn't allow nation's largest bank to increase its dividends.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
WASHINGTON -- Finance officials from the Group of Seven major industrialized countries on Thursday agreed on a coordinated effort to weaken the Japanese yen, which has surged to record levels following last week's earthquake and tsunami.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Robin Hindery
SAN FRANCISCO -- As San Francisco prepares to implement what is billed as the nation's toughest local hiring ordinance, the mood at a recent gathering of about 50 local contractors and construction industry representatives was a mix of resigned . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Carlo Piovano
LONDON -- Global stocks rose Friday after the world's seven leading industrial nations moved to rein in the Japanese yen, whose surge to record highs this week was hurting a country already brought to its knees by natural disasters.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
NEW YORK -- Bank shareholders got a long-awaited gift from the U.S. Federal Reserve on Friday when the central bank cleared the way for major lenders to increase their dividends.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Howard Schneider
Some analysts predict the tragedy could dramatically disrupt the fragile global economic recovery.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Martin Crutsinger
WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told a group of executives from smaller banks Wednesday that the financial overhaul will level the playing field for them with the industry's giants.
4 hour ago - Washington Post
WASHINGTON -- Inflation spooked the nation in the early 1980s. It surged and kept rising until it topped 13 percent.
22 hour ago - WSJ.com
Investors’ hopes that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will radically reshape economic policies and supercharge growth might soon need re-examining.
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