A slowdown in issuing construction loans to builders is causing a chain reaction that could hurt the whole housing market
Both parties need to let go of their preconceptions about government spending
The clamoring bells of the New York Stock Exchange are far removed from the financial realities of most Americans
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Infrastructure spending moves people off of couches and into productive employment — and that makes us all better off
"Compensation is way too high," says Morgan Stanley's CEO. "I'm sort of sympathetic to the shareholder view that the industry is still overpaid."
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The employment picture continues to improve, but Congress' budget battles remain a source of concern
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