Housing-related stocks are leading Wall Street higher this year. That's a very good sign.
A 91-year old man in Zaleski, Ohio, hopes to buy back his home before his daughter has the chance to evict him from it.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul isn’t happy that Apple executives are being questioned by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations today regarding their tax avoidance strategies. Apple is completely justified, Paul argued, in paying as little in taxes as is legally acceptable. ”Instead of Apple executives we should have brought in here a giant mirror,” he said. “”Congress should be on trial
LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar dipped and benchmark Bund futures rose on Wednesday as expectations hardened that the head of the U.S. central bank will later in the day signal no tapering off of the bank's ultra-easy monetary policy.