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.
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.
The Federal Reserve’s plan to begin tapering its bond-buying stimulus could translate into a lot of money lost or gained for homebuyers and sellers this year.
Jnet Yellen will take the helm of a Federal Reserve facing a significantly different economic landscape than the one that dominated Ben Bernanke's tenure as chairman.
The Dow bounced back from Thursday's sell-off, but the overall market was mixed. One factor weighing on stocks: hawkish comments from Philly Fed President Charles Prosser.
Applications for U.S. home mortgages fall for a second week and hit a 13-year low as mortgage rates rise.
Average U.S. rates for fixed mortgages rose slightly this week but still remain near historically low levels.
Home resales fell sharply in November to their lowest level in nearly a year, hurt by a rise in interest rates since the spring and ongoing price increases.
The Federal Reserve plans to trim its aggressive bond-buying program even as it plans to keep its key interest rate lower for even longer than previously promised.
Homebuilders broke ground on homes at the fastest pace in more than five years, evidence the housing recovery is accelerating despite higher mortgage rates.
After months of speculation, investors could finally find out when the Federal Reserve will begin to cut back on its massive bond-buying program.