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  • Economy adds 175,000 jobs, jobless rate at 6.7%

    Economy adds 175,000 jobs, jobless rate at 6.7%
    U.S. job growth accelerated sharply in February despite the icy weather that gripped much of the nation, easing fears of an abrupt economic slowdown and keeping the Federal Reserve on track to continue reducing its monetary stimulus. Employers added 175,...
  • These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of May. 21. 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...
  • Internship, mentoring, set path of success

    Internship, mentoring, set path of success
    Who: Hernando Perez was named sales manager for Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services in Fort Lauderdale, from investment sales associate, specializing in South Florida multifamily properties. Perez joined in 2011 under the firm's sales...
  • Report: 22,000 mortgage workers fired in fourth quarter

    Mortgage-related firings totaled nearly 22,000 in the fourth quarter of 2013, the highest level in six years, according to a tally by Mortgage Daily. The trade publication reported Monday that it counted about 3,000 new jobs added to the home lending...
  • Wells Fargo first quarter profit jumps 14%, beating expectations

    Wells Fargo first quarter profit jumps 14%, beating expectations
    California's banking giant, Wells Fargo & Co., reported 14% higher first quarter earnings, powering well beyond Wall Street's expectations as declining loan losses and operating cost cuts offset the slowdown in mortgages at America's largest home lender. ...
  • Lenders' credit score requirements may be stricter than needed

     Are lenders' credit score requirements for home buyers this spring too high — out of sync with the actual risks of default presented by today's borrowers? The experts say yes. What experts? The developers of the credit scores used by virtually...
  • Wells Fargo moves annual meeting to Texas, but protesters follow

    Wells Fargo moves annual meeting to Texas, but protesters follow
    You can move your shareholder meeting out of California, but you can't stop protesters from following. Joining ordinary Wells Fargo shareholders, demonstrators planned to air their grievances Tuesday in San Antonio, site of this year's annual meeting....
  • Mortgage-related legal costs sock BofA with $276-million loss

    Mortgage-related legal costs sock BofA with $276-million loss
    Socked by mortgage-related legal expenses, Bank of America Corp. lost $276 million during the first quarter, sending its stock down sharply. The quarterly loss, its first in 2½ years, came despite lower loan losses and better than expected results in...
  • Banks profit from fees paid by California welfare recipients

    SACRAMENTO — Millions of dollars in welfare benefits are ending up in banks' pockets each year when poor Californians access their taxpayer-funded benefits, according to state statistics and a report released Tuesday. Like many other states,...
  • L.A. sues JPMorgan Chase, alleges predatory home loans to minorities

    L.A. sues JPMorgan Chase, alleges predatory home loans to minorities
    The city of Los Angeles accused JPMorgan Chase & Co. of steering minority borrowers into risky home loans they couldn’t afford, triggering a foreclosure wave that hammered property values and city coffers. In a lawsuit filed Friday in U.S....
  • Banks embrace riskier loans for homeowners, hedge funds alike

    Banks are reviving some of the riskier lending practices that preceded the financial crisis, attracting attention as you might expect, although they say they're keeping a lid on things this time.  One trend is enabling homeowners to tap equity...