A housing collapse paralyzed key segments of the economy and triggered a spike in bank failures. Nearly 9 million U.S. jobs were being lost, and consumer bankruptcies surged.
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HOUSTON (Reuters) - The boom in onshore natural gas production in the United States has brought down power prices and may be contributing to a "reshoring" of manufacturing jobs from overseas, former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on ...
BEIJING, March 9 -- China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang Sunday called for full confidence in the country's basic political system at the ongoing annual parliamentary session.
Gold fell to a one-week low as U.S. employers added more workers than projected last month, reducing pressure on the Federal Reserve to slow the pace of tapering monetary stimulus.