by 24/7 Wall St. Feb 27th 2014 4:55PM
Mortgage applications fell last week to the lowest level in nearly two decades, a clear sign of weakness in buyer demand heading into the usually busy spring housing season.
Banks won't take marijuana entrepreneurs in Colorado as customers, even though the businesses are operating legally, leaving many owners to run their businesses with cash.
Visa and MasterCard are introducing Internet-based technologies to make it easier for shoppers to buy things at retail stores without pulling out a credit card.
More bad news for the housing market as data show new-home starts and permits tumbled in January and applications for new mortgages fell in the latest week.
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Federal Reserve announces a further $10 billion reduction in its monthly bond purchases as it sticks to a plan to wind down its extraordinary stimulus.
Turmoil in emerging markets and a month of disappointing job growth at home are unlikely to deter the Federal Reserve from trimming its bond-buying stimulus.
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A Federal Reserve survey shows economic growth remained healthy in most U.S. regions in late November and December, helped by gains in consumer spending and factory output.
New mortgage regulations go into effect Friday that aim to keep buyers from getting into loans they can't afford.