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A brief history of the mortgage, from its roots in ancient...

Michael J. Highfield, Mississippi State University The average interest rate for a new U.S. 30-year fixed-rate mortgage topped 7%...

The whole world is facing a debt crisis – but richer...

Patrick E. Shea, University of Glasgow Countries across the world are drifting towards a debt crisis. Economic slowdowns and...

Fed keeps focus on US economy as the world tilts toward...

D. Brian Blank, Mississippi State University The U.S. Federal Reserve holds inordinate sway over the world’s economies – yet...

Fed likely to stay the course on interest rate hike as...

Edouard Wemy, Clark University The Federal Reserve received mixed news in the latest data on U.S. inflation as it...

Is the US in a recession? Well, that depends on whom...

D. Brian Blank, Mississippi State University The U.S. economy shrank at an annual rate 0.9% from April through June,...

Dispirited homebuyers show why Fed’s unprecedented fight against inflation is beginning...

Mark Flannery, University of Florida I’ve studied finance and financial markets since the 1970s, and I have never seen...

1970s-style stagflation now playing on central bankers’ minds

John Hawkins, University of Canberra “Stagflation” is an ugly word for an ugly situation – the unpleasant combination of...

5 things to know about the Fed’s interest rate increase and...

D. Brian Blank, Mississippi State University The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates for the third time this year,...

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