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  • Terry Savage: 5 things to know about deflation

    Americans have grown up with fears of inflation commonly defined as rising prices. But despite the Federal Reserve's oft-stated concern with inflation, we haven't seen much of it in recent years. In fact, the current concern is quite the opposite: deflation.
  • Euro drops to 11-year low on Greek vote after QE; Aussie falls

    LONDON The euro fell to the lowest in more than 11 years as polls showing an anti-austerity party will win Greek elections exacerbated the currency's drop after the European Central Bank widened its stimulus program. The shared currency headed for a...

    The Week Ahead: American exceptionalism in a worried financial world

    American exceptionalism is the idea that the U.S. is different than the rest of the world. Believers point to economic freedoms and personal liberties contributing to the uniqueness and diversity of America's economy, culture and politics. Regardless if...

    Fed wears a bull's-eye this year on Capitol Hill

    WASHINGTON Detractors from both major political parties are preparing legislation to rein in the powers of the Federal Reserve, moves that would test and potentially restrain its independence. The proposals include ordering a broad audit of the central...

    Different housing markets, politics, multiple bond markets all complicate ECB stimulus effort

    Big bang or disappointment? Markets are waiting to see just how much financial firepower the European Central Bank will unleash Thursday, when it is expected to announce large-scale purchases of government bonds with newly printed money to stimulate a...