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Federal Reserve concluded a two day meeting in which it decided to continue its aggressive easing stance by promising to continue its $85 billion bond-buying plan, claiming it would continue the program until unemployment figures in the U.S. fall.
Font Resize A group of economists and financial experts expressed cautious optimism for growth in the Colorado and U.S. economy this year in Vectra Bank's 20th annual economic forecast summit in Denver on Wednesday. "Low inflation and a labor surplus
Economic spending is reaching levels typically seen before major financial crises, prompting warnings the over-investment could lead to a significant economic correction. And Australia, as a major commodities exporter, could be one of the most at
A new survey has found that Chinese companies plan to step up investment in Europe, which some see as more welcoming than the United States. The report Thursday by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China said companies investing in Europe are
Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in December suggests that growth in economic activity paused in recent months, in large part because of weather-related disruptions and other transitory factors.
More News January 30 DST Systems Inc. said it will take a $60.8 million fourth-quarter charge related to a business slowdown in the United Kingdom. The Kansas City-based financial services company, which is scheduled to report fourth quarter
Markets were steady Wednesday Jan. 30, 2013 ahead of the U.S. AP) Stocks are falling after the government revealed that economic growth shrank in the final quarter of 2012, the first time that's happened in more than three years...The broader S&P
Conn. (AP) Connecticut's tourism advertising campaign has been honored by an international marketing group. The two-year, nearly $27 million tourism campaign, Still Revolutionary,'' was launched in May. It focuses on the state's economic development
Pitching for greater capital inflows, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan today said they have helped the economy in dealing with the problem of high current account deficit (CAD). "It is the capital flow which has
Spain said on Tuesday it beat revenue targets for 2012 as tax hikes offset a shrinking economy, and repeated its commitment to cut spending even as Europe said it may give the country more time to trim its deficit due to the recession. The Spanish