“It’s been on multiple fronts where they’ve been favored by government subsidies"
Figures include 450,000 children
The Dow reversed again in midday trading to trade flat
U.S. funds are buying record amounts at Treasury auctions
Retail giant falling into terminal decline
What's in store for our financial markets
Central bank has cut interest rates five times since November
Hawaii saw a 23 percent increase in its unsheltered homeless population between 2014 and 2015...
Sutherland wants you in poverty so you're easier to control
Deepening conflict over cash
Now down over 63% from highs
$21,833 Per Worker; Feds Still Run $438.9B Deficit
More than 420,000 Americans who enrolled through nonprofit insurers will lose their insurance
"No, you can’t reveal our negotiations with other central banks, the World Bank, and what we do with governments," bankers told Paul
Up $57,431.65 Per Household
'She’s a Clinton, for God’s sake. What do you expect?'
Mess from epic housing disaster in the last decade is far from gone
Kentucky Health Cooperative will be the fifth Obamacare co-op to close
Inequality growing globally and in the UK, which has third most ‘ultra-high net worth individuals’, household wealth study finds
Wal-Mart shares tumble after declining profit forecast
Big government is not a hedge against big corporations
"There's a little nervousness about earnings reports that we'll be seeing over the next couple or three weeks"
"Outlook for Chinese industrial production and investment remains subdued"
"It can’t raise rates..."
“Central banks have described their actions as ‘buying time’ for governments to finally resolve the crisis… But time is wearing on"
Annual cost-of-living adjustment being dragged down by lower prices at the pump
"Based on my forecast, yes I am" expecting to raise rates this year, said New York Fed President William Dudley
Unclear how many staffers will get the boot, but layoffs expected to affect most departments
And over 20% don’t even have a savings account
It won't be much of a surprise to those living outside the Washington D.C. beltway
Fed takes rates into the Keynesian NIRP twilight zone
A poisonous "triad" of global risks is pushing the world to the brink of a new financial crisis, says stark IMF report