Existing home sales fell 4.3% in November as buyers faced higher interest rates and a tight supply of homes for sale, the National Association of Realtors said Thursday.
NEW YORK - There was no "taper tantrum" this time on Wall Street. Instead, there was a "taper-tape" rally. The Federal Reserve finally did what it had hinted about doing way back in May: It announced that it was going to start dialing down, or "tapering," its ...
Dec. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Wolf, founder and managing director at Activate and Marshall Sonenshine, chairman at Sonenshine Partners, discuss a share offering by Facebook on Bloomberg Television's �Bloomberg Surveillance.
Maryland will receive about $88 million as part of a national settlement with one of the country's largest mortgage servicers over allegedly questionable foreclosure practices, Attorney General Douglas Gansler said Friday.
Connecticut's private sector added 4,200 jobs in November and the unemployment rate continued its third straight month of decline to 7.6 percent.