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Federal Reserve: Americans don't expect to get paid more

President calls for more earnings growth
March 10, 2014
Confidence in the job market is also eroding. The perceived chance of finding a job in three months, if one were to lose their current job today, declined slightly to about 46%.
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Why you're not losing money on your home

Data shows consistent home price appreciation since 1975
January 9, 2014
Think home prices in America don't appreciate consistently enough? Think again. The past few years may have been hard on homeowners, but a new data graphic shows that since 1975 home prices have risen for the most part in all 50 states.
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Housing recovery regains momentum

January 7, 2014
Americans are becoming more confident in the housing recovery after climbing back from a recent confidence dip that coincided with the heated fiscal debate in Washington, D.C.
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What we're reading today

A look across the web...
December 23, 2013
As the year draws to a close, here's a look at what we're reading on the web.
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Hedge fund expert: MBS tapering is now months away

October 15, 2013
One hedge fund titan suggests Washington's budget battles will delay the Fed's tapering of Treasurys and mortgage-backed securities at least another three to four months.
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Americans less optimistic after government shutdown

October 10, 2013
The government shutdown has created a deeper level of pessimism among Americans when it comes to their general economic outlook. The partial shutdown is now hindering consumer confidence, reports claim.
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Government hinders Mexican REITs

October 2, 2013
Mexico followed America's lead and adopted a real estate investment trust structure that gives developers access to the public-equity market. While the country has grown its REITs industry with this structure, there's still room for improvement.
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The debate: Eminent domain violates the Constitution

Taking the mortgage could go against 14th Amendment
September 27, 2013
The eminent domain dispute is far from over. Actually, it's just getting started. And now, it's beginning to get interesting.
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Rising home prices boost household net worth

September 26, 2013
The net worth of U.S. families hit $1.3 trillion in the second quarter as rising home values and gains in the stock market helped lift individual balance sheets.
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World economy overcomes obstacles

Projected to experience slow expansion in the months to come
September 4, 2013
Despite signs of relative weakness in China and other emerging markets, the world economy is likely to maintain slow growth for the rest of the year, analysts suggest.
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