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Cisco Systems Chief Executive John Chambers said Wednesday the company is "extremely comfortable" with its long-term growth target and expects the economy to start recovering toward the end of the year.
It's not often that an e-mail makes me stop and say "Hmmmmm. Do a lot of people feel the same way?" But, this one from Nathan did just that.
New orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods fell a smaller-than-expected 0.5 percent in April as transportation orders dipped, but a key barometer of business confidence posted a surprisingly sharp gain, government data released on Wednesday showed.
Asian markets were mostly lower Wednesday, as a cloudy U.S. economic outlook and lingering inflation fears left investors skittish. Australia, Japan and South Korea all closed over 1 percent lower.
U.S. crude oil futures closed more than $3 lower on Tuesday, extending a slide as a stronger dollar, technical weakness and demand concerns kept the pressure on the oil complex.
The dollar rose broadly Tuesday after oil prices fell and a report showed an unexpected rise in U.S. new home sales in April, boosting expectations the economic slowdown is not as bad as feared.
The Justice Department said the settlement would give consumers more choice and reduce commission rates by allowing greater access to the multiple listing services
Investors who spent the past nine months avoiding the US stock market and economy by snapping up multinational companies are now coming back home.
A bout of risk aversion dented European stocks on Tuesday as jitters grew over potential credit-related problems at banks and inflation, while typically defensive stocks such as pharmaceuticals and food rallied.
The Federal Reserve will not repeat the policy mistakes of the 1970s by letting inflation spiral out of control, San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President Janet Yellen said Tuesday.
Just how much more, is a bit less encouraging. As percentage rise increases, those willing to pay more declines. Only 5 percent said they would be willing to pay 15 percent or more. And a full 34 percent said they were opposed to any increase at all.
Federal Reserve Governor Randall Kroszner said Tuesday the U.S. housing market should begin to show improvement by the end of the year and continue to recover in 2009.
It's MINI that may be best positioned right now. WIth sales up 29.9% this year, The MINI Cooper and Clubman are compact cars with the unique combination of style and fuel efficiency in a tight little package.
Sales of new homes rose in April for the first time in six months, although the unexpected increase still left activity near the lowest level in 17 years
There are several signs that the financial crisis that has long plagued the market is winding down, according to one expert.
The majority of small business owners think the U.S. economy is getting worse, though sentiment showed some improvement in May from its recent lows, according to a survey released on Tuesday.
Asian markets rebounded Tuesday from the previous session's dip, as bargain hunters scoured the market after five days of losses. Both Japan and South Korea finished over 1% higher.
The chief executive of Europe's biggest lender on Tuesday called on central bankers to raise interest rates in order to combat inflation.
Japanese government plans to fill one of two vacancies on the Bank of Japan's rate-setting policy board were thrown into disarray on Tuesday when the name of a nominee was leaked to the media, upsetting opposition lawmakers.
Monetary policy should aim to help China recover from this month's devastating earthquake but it must also continue to fight inflation, central bank chief Zhou Xiaochuan said.