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  • July's solid job growth shows economic recovery is advancing

    July's solid job growth shows economic recovery is advancing
    July’s employment report showing net growth of 209,000 jobs was below expectations and a sharp tail-off from the previous month, but still represents a solid gain that shows the recovery from the Great Recession is advancing, economists said....
  • Here's the single best analysis of the Halbig anti-Obamacare ruling

    Here's the single best analysis of the Halbig anti-Obamacare ruling
    Northwestern University law and political science professor Andrew Koppelman moves past the absurd legal theory underlying the Halbig ruling on the Affordable Care Act -- in which a federal appeals court invalidated subsidies provided to insurance...
  • Ex-Citi FX trading head Prasad readies macro hedge fund- sources

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former global head of foreign exchange at Citigroup, Anil Prasad, is preparing to launch his own hedge fund in the first quarter of 2015, three sources familiar with the matter said. The launch comes as global regulatory changes...
  • These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of Jun. 25. If you typically

    pay off the entire balance monthly, look for a zero-annual fee card that allows the most interest-free or grace days. Some cards listed below feature special introductory or "teaser" rates for a specified time before regular rates apply. Additional fees...
  • Can't decide where to invest? You're not alone

    Can't decide where to invest? You're not alone
    If you are agonizing over where to invest your money, you aren't alone. The pros are there with you — nervous about stocks and bonds as clear opportunities become fuzzy in both. As the best and brightest fund managers talked at Morningstar's...
  • Fannie, Freddie in search of those still eligible for HARP

    Fannie, Freddie in search of those still eligible for HARP
    Amid flagging interest for the Home Affordable Refinance Program, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are taking their pitch on the road, with the first stop in Chicago next month. Mel Watt, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, is scheduled to meet...
  • Infrastructure building is historically cheap. Why has it stopped?

    Infrastructure building is historically cheap. Why has it stopped?
    Via Twitter, Erik Brynjolffsson of MIT posts a graph similar to the one above and asks:  "Why is public construction plummeting? a)no workers available b)interest rates too high c)nothing worth fixing d)??" The answer, of course, is d. There is no...
  • Dov Charney tries to boost stake in American Apparel in comeback bid

    Dov Charney tries to boost stake in American Apparel in comeback bid
    Ousted American Apparel Inc. Chief Executive Dov Charney has reached a deal designed to boost his stake in the retailer, part of a vigorous effort to regain control of the company that booted him last week. Charney, who owns a stake of about 27% in the...
  • Investing: the outlook for overseas stocks

    The economies of Japan, Europe and emerging nations are giving off mixed signals. Here's what we see happening in the next several months. Japan on the mend. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's campaign to turn Japan's economy around is bearing fruit. But as Abe...
  • Council committee wants to pressure banks to lower rates on bond deal

    Los Angeles officials moved Monday to get out of two Wall Street bank contracts that they say soured after the economic crash of 2008. In 2006, the city entered into an interest rate swap deal with Bank of New York Mellon and Dexia, a Franco-Belgian...
  • Honking garbage trucks in L.A.: That's no way to deal with Wall Street

    Honking garbage trucks in L.A.: That's no way to deal with Wall Street
    A coalition of city labor unions and community activists say big banks preyed on Los Angeles and other municipalities, locking them into interest rate swap deals that ended up costing taxpayers millions of dollars after the economic crash. So, how do...