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*Lender to halt a 67 million euro tranche for Bosnia. SARAJEVO, Sept 19- The International Monetary Fund will hold off on disbursing the next tranche of Bosnia's aid programme until the Balkan country implements agreed economic policies, most likely after the October election, a senior IMF official said on Friday.
America's permanent partisan war for now shifts exclusively to the campaign trail. Here's what you need to pay attention to.
WASHINGTON— Congress' must-pass budget bill ignores the Obama administration's request to accelerate spending on immigration courts to handle the flood of unaccompanied minors at the border— even as it boosts spending flexibility for Border Patrol agents and detention centers.
BOLTON LANDING, N.Y.— New York should use nearly half of its more than $4 billion budget surplus to spur upstate economic development and encourage local governments to consolidate and share their services, Gov.
CAIRNS, Australia, Sept 19- U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said he told Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso that Japan must remain committed to calibrating all three arrows of its economic policy to sustain healthy domestic growth.
John Rice, Vice Chairman of General Electric, expects the U.S. recovery to fuel global demand for infrastructure. He is also confident that China can achieve 7.5 percent growth this year.
WASHINGTON— Figures on government spending and debt.
Citi argued it faces "a serious and imminent hazard" if it cannot process another interest payment by Argentina on $8.4 billion in bonds the country issued.
UBS' Art Cashin says Alibaba's IPO is boosting stocks a day ahead of the e-commerce giant's high-profile debut.
A new survey has found 10 percent of American workers have showed up to their jobs high. Are you surprised? Here’s what employers can do about it.
*Mechanical problems seen with diminished repo facility. *Central bank unveiled longer-term' normalization' plan. NEW YORK, Sept 18- No sooner did the Federal Reserve reveal its plan for eventually tightening U.S. monetary policy than many on Wall Street flagged problems with the mechanics of the strategy, and said more adjustments would have to come.
The Fed just might have triggered an early look at its dream trade—where short-term yields rise gradually and longer term rates rise more slowly.
Jerry Brown headed to the cradle of the Hollywood film industry Thursday to sign legislation that more than triples the state's tax credit to $330 million a year for films and TV shows produced in California.
The federal debt grew at the slowest pace since 2007 in the second quarter, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday.
Countries are waking up to the benefits of empowering women but there's more to be done, says the national finance co-chair of Ready for Hillary.
WASHINGTON— Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates surged this week, marking their largest one-week gain this year. Mortgage company Freddie Mac said Thursday the nationwide average for a 30- year loan jumped to 4.23 percent from 4.12 percent last week.
The Fed avoided a more severe recession but its choices aren't without consequences. It's time to pay up, says Michael Farr.
DUBLIN— Ireland's economy is growing at a rapid pace last experienced at the tail-end of the Celtic Tiger boom, government statisticians reported Thursday as economists declared that the country's debt crisis was dead and buried.
Jobless claims tumbled sharply in the latest week, but so did housing starts in August, which plummeted by more than 14 percent.
The mean income of the top 5 percent of households in Manhattan has soared, giving it the biggest income gap of any U.S. county. The NYT reports.