WASHINGTON Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union may tie the U.S. Federal Reserve to near zero interest rates for far longer than expected, according to new research indicating the U.S.
British secession left investors from Europe to Asia scrambling to tourniquet losses amid plunging equity prices. Viewed from a wider lens, however, the bludgeoning looks more like a blip for U.S.
Chris Faulkner, of Breitling Oil and Gas, spoke before the Denton City Council as it considered a fracking ban in July 2014. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram.
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The Affordable Care Act is likely reducing the country's medical bills. A new report from the Urban Institute provides strong evidence that the law is directly lowering total health-care spending, even as it expands coverage to unprecedented levels ...