Dinner with Barack -- for the liberal Democrat, few things sound better than free food with their fearless leader. Four prize dinners with the Great One -- awarded by drawing -- have come and gone; but have no fear, Dinner with Barack V is here.
The IOU that is being laid on the doorsteps of U.S. taxpayers in the form of the national debt is far greater than most Americans realize. That's because the federal government does not report the true size of the national debt -- now nearly $80 trillion.
Each panelist at a recent Toronto real estate conference had a reason why the city's condo market is not a bubble. But the developers, the lender, the receiver, the marketer and the real estate agent each talked about the things that worry them.
As a weakening economic recovery and cheap gas lead Americans to curtail international vacations, domestic tourism is poised for a solid summer.
The Federal Reserve is proposing that U.S. banks, large and small, abide by a rigorous interpretation of an international capital standards agreement known as Basel III.
An increase in the spurt of mortgage applications, following low mortgages rates and a rising demand for refinancing activities
The performance of the non-manufacturing sector against the backdrop of the release of the non-manufacturing (NMI) index.
You have been warned.
Fannie Mae, the federally controlled mortgage giant, said Tuesday it is appouinting its general counsel, Timothy Mayopoulos, as its new president and CEO.
Reality TV might make media critics scoff and television writers hang their heads in dismay, but it sure pays the bills. See how much the ladies of Bravo's Real Housewives series earn.
Warburg Pincus LLC, a private equity firm based in US, is looking for a $100-$125 million stake in finance firm Future Capital Holdings, sources said to Reuters.
Another Flip-Flop? Campaign Aide Says Romney Would Not Offer Relief For Homeowners With Underwater Mortgages
Mitt Romney would not offer relief for the 11.5 million U.S. homeowners with underwater mortgages if he were elected president, one of his advisers said Saturday. The assertion contrasts with Romney's own words in January: The idea that somehow this is going to cure itself by itself is probably not real.
U.S. mortgage rates dropped even lower in the week ending May 31, with the 30-year rate falling to 3.75 percent, mortgage financier Freddie Mac said Thursday.
Futures on major U.S. indices point to a lower opening Wednesday ahead of anticipated reports on the Mortgage Applications Index and Pending Home Sales.
Economic data and news flows are light this morning as market participants take stock of the significant moves across asset classes in the past wee
The CEO of a New York commercial mortgage company sold his personal condo at 15 Central Park West, one of the most expensive buildings in the world, for $23.3 million, according to city records filed Friday.
With a fairly light data day heading into the weekend, the focus of markets thus far has been macroeconomic commentary
U.S. mortgages rates have dropped to record lows for four consecutive weeks, but that doesn't mean more homes will be sold. In fact, at least one housing expert argues that extremely low rates are causing banks to be even more stringent with underwriting approvals, turning away more prospective buyers and hurting the national housing market.
U.S. 30-year fixed mortgage rates dropped to 3.78 percent in the week ending May 24, down slightly from 3.79 percent in the previous week, mortgage financier Freddie Mac said Thursday.
Spain may say on Wednesday how it will plug a hole of at least 8 billion euros ($10.21 billion) at Bankia, part of an effort to clean up a banking sector laden with bad debts and stop the country sinking further into the euro zone debt crisis.
U.S. home resales rose in April to their highest annual rate in nearly two years and a falloff in foreclosures pushed prices higher, hopeful signs for the country's economic recovery.
While global leaders obsess over the likelihood of debt-stricken Greece departing the euro zone, an emerald isle 1,800 miles away from Athens may be on the brink of needing another financial bailout.
Home prices in China fell in April, indicating that the government's efforts to curb the property market boom are gaining further momentum.
U.S. 30-year fixed-rate mortgages hit a new record low for the third straight week as concerns over the euro zone weighed on the economy, mortgage financier Freddie Mac said Thursday.
He's also lowered the asking price for his home.
U.S. builders began work on more homes than expected in April, government figures showed on Wednesday. But the data suggested that builders might also be slowing their future construction plans.
The annual shareholder's meeting Tuesday of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), widely expected to feature fiery denunciations of leaders at the nation's biggest bank, could hardly have been quieter or more management-friendly.
During a Tuesday morning appearance on the talk show The View, President Obama attributed JPMorgan's $2 billion trading loss to a lack of financial regulation.
Homebuilder confidence in the U.S. single-family home market rose to a five-year high in May as buyer traffic increased and sales improved, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index released Tuesday.
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Melissa Gorga might not be so real after all. RadarOnline.com reported that Melissa and Joe Gorga are selling their enormous mansion in New Jersey because they cannot afford to make the mortgage payments on the home.