The nation's aggregate wealth continued to show signs of recovery, ascending to $81.5 trillion as of June 30, after bottoming out at $55 trillion in 2009, according to a new Federal Reserve report released Thursday.
Mario Draghi's latest attempt to stave off economic stagnation in the eurozone had a faltering start on Thursday when demand for the European Central Bank's first offer of cheap four-year loans fell far short of expectations.
Correctional deputy Loralee Anne, right, speaks with job seekers about positions with the Riverside County Sheriff at the Career Choice Inland Empire Career Fair in Ontario, Calif.
(Kitco News) - Gold futures stabilized as Thursday's session wore on due to profit-taking and short covering, bouncing from the lowest level since early January after overnight selling in the wake of a U.S.
Bank of America Corp. (BAC:US) is turning to Fannie Mae (FNMA:US) and Freddie Mac to guarantee more than $6 billion of older mortgages in what debt analysts say is probably a strategy to help it comply with tougher banking regulations.