All articles tagged: “Economy” (Page: 2)

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Credit Crisis Made Worse By Banks That Wouldn’t Take Risks

Credit Crisis Made Worse By Banks That Wouldn’t Take Risks

According to a recent study conducted by a group of Cambridge researchers, the credit crisis of 2008 and beyond may... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 3/6/14

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10 Best Economy Blogs

10 Best Economy Blogs

Our 10 Best Economy Blogs were selected for their strength at providing concise, thoughtful and consistent advice.... read more »

Toby Bower

By: Toby Bower • 2/26/14

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Study Finds Divorce Rates Will Rise as Economy Improves

Study Finds Divorce Rates Will Rise as Economy Improves

As our economy continues to slowly improve from the effects of the Great Recession, most of the news is good.... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 2/24/14

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Stricter Credit Restrictions Could Hurt Housing Recovery

Stricter Credit Restrictions Could Hurt Housing Recovery

During the U.S. housing bubble, lenders were giving out too many mortgages to unqualified borrowers, which... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 1/20/14

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Study: Home Values in Big Cities Took Biggest Hit in Recession

Study: Home Values in Big Cities Took Biggest Hit in Recession

We are all aware home values took a big hit during the recession, but some areas were hit harder than others. A... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 1/2/14

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Non-Mortgage Debt Continues to Rise

Non-Mortgage Debt Continues to Rise

The American and Canadian economies have always been pretty closely tied to each other. For this reason, it should... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 12/23/13

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Average American Credit Card Debt Fell in Third Quarter

Average American Credit Card Debt Fell in Third Quarter

Americans continue to hold less credit card debt says a new report from the credit reporting agency TransUnion. The... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 12/16/13

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Americans Believe Housing Market Recovery May Be Short-lived

Americans Believe Housing Market Recovery May Be Short-lived

Despite the continued rise in home prices over the past two years, many believe the gains will not last. According... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 11/25/13

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Study Finds Consumers’ Appetite for Credit Will Continue to Grow

Study Finds Consumers’ Appetite for Credit Will Continue to Grow

Since the economy has begun to recover from the financial crisis, Americans are starting to apply for credit again.... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 11/4/13

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U.S. Consumer Borrowing Hits Record High

U.S. Consumer Borrowing Hits Record High

A report from the U.S. Federal Reserve shows consumer borrowing has hit a record high in the latest reporting... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 9/23/13

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Is Student Debt Hurting the Economy?

Is Student Debt Hurting the Economy?

This just in: Consumer spending accounts for fully one-third of the spending in the U.S. economy. OK, so maybe... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 6/26/13

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Study Suggests Managers were Unaware of Problems in Subprime Market Leading to Crash

Study Suggests Managers were Unaware of Problems in Subprime Market Leading to Crash

When the American housing bubble burst, it led a financial panic and the collapse of the American economy. Wall... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 6/24/13

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