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  • Prized project becomes councilwoman's millstone

    Prized project becomes councilwoman's millstone
    When Karen Dolan fell in love with it, the 19th-century grist mill along Bethlehem's Monocacy Creek seemed destined to rot away — an eyesore in a city revered for its historic architecture. But Dolan saw promise in its stone walls, and with the...
  • Apartments lead U.S. housing starts

    More apartments are coming. A surge of multifamily construction powered better-than-expected gains in home building in September, according to new figures out Friday. The Census Bureau said housing starts climbed 6.3% from August, and through the...
  • Prepaying student loans may mean less money in retirement

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Rising student loan debt may be hampering young people's ability to buy homes or even move out of their parents' basements. But that does not mean student loan borrowers always should be in a hurry to pay off this debt. In fact,...
  • Congo predicts double-digit economic growth in 2015

    KINSHASA (Reuters) - Democratic Republic of Congo's economy is set to grow by 10.4 percent next year, the government said on Monday, driven by an expansion of agriculture, mining and infrastructure spending in Africa's largest copper producer. The...
  • Berlin and Paris seek reform proposals to avert policy clash

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The German and French economy ministers have asked experts in Berlin and Paris to come up with reform recommendations for both countries in an apparent attempt to avert a full-blown clash between the euro zone heavyweights over economic...
  • Fed official warns against raising interest rates 'prematurely'

    Fed official warns against raising interest rates 'prematurely'
    Even though a global slowdown threatens the U.S. recovery, the biggest risk facing the nation's economy would be decision by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates too soon, according to a top central bank policymaker. The Fed should be patient...
  • Housing market rolls on as groundbreakings rise

    Housing market rolls on as groundbreakings rise
    U.S. housing starts and permits rose in September, a signal the market's modest recovery is supporting what appears to be growing strength in the broader economy. Groundbreaking rose 6.3 percent to an annual 1.02 million-unit pace, the Commerce...
  • BNY Mellon says charging clients on their euro deposits

    BOSTON (Reuters) - BNY Mellon Corp, the world's largest custody bank, said on Friday it began earlier this month charging clients 0.20 percent on euro-denominated deposits that recently totaled about $33 billion. BNY Mellon initiated the charge on Oct....
  • European stock funds worldwide post record $5.7 bln outflows -BofA

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors worldwide pulled a net $5.7 billion out of European stock funds in the week ended Oct. 15, their biggest weekly withdrawals on record, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report showed on Friday....
  • Employers forecast continued growth

    Employers forecast continued growth
    With tourism, retail and construction booming, Fort Lauderdale-area businesses forecast solid growth through 2014, according to a quarterly report Thursday by the Council of Economic Advisors. Challenges will be recruiting and retaining employees as...
  • U.S. consumer sentiment rises despite Ebola fears

    U.S. consumer sentiment rises despite Ebola fears
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - While the appearance of the deadly Ebola virus in Texas is worrying the nation, it has yet to lead Americans to take a more cautious view over how to spend their money, data suggested on Friday. The Thomson Reuters/University of...