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In a much-anticipated announcement, the Federal Reserve decided to keep its key interest rate unchanged while signaling just one rate cut expected before the end of the year. This decision, revealed after the two-day Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting, may not be as aggressive as some had hoped, but in the current economic climate, […]

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On June 6, the European Central Bank (ECB) is poised to lower its benchmark interest rate for the first time in nearly five years, signaling a significant shift in monetary policy. This decision comes as the Federal Reserve (Fed) remains on hold, grappling with persistent inflation. The ECB’s move, unusual as it precedes the Fed’s […]

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As the world of finance hinges on every word from the Federal Reserve, the latest decision to maintain interest rates has sent a calming wave across the markets. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) recently concluded its May meeting with a reaffirmation to keep the federal funds rate steady between 5.25% and 5.5%, a decision that […]

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The housing market’s continuous upsurge has left many potential homeowners searching for alternatives. The recent introduction of tiny homes by Home Depot, retailing for $67,500, is a notable reflection of this trend. These compact dwellings solve the affordability crisis, providing a 444-square-foot space with two bedrooms and essentials like a steel frame, siding, and roofing […]

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The real estate market in 2023 threw a curveball at investors with a passion for flipping homes. A report released by ATTOM, a leader in real estate data analysis, unveiled a striking 29.3 percent decline in the number of single-family homes and condos flipped compared to the previous year. This drop marked the most significant […]

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In a move keenly anticipated by markets worldwide, the Federal Reserve made a critical announcement on March 20, 2024. For the fifth consecutive meeting, the Fed has chosen to leave interest rates unchanged. This decision underscores a cautious approach toward monetary policy amidst an economic landscape filled with both challenges and opportunities. Here’s a deeper […]

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In a highly anticipated congressional testimony, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell underscored a cautious yet firm stance on the future of U.S. interest rates amidst ongoing battles against inflation. Powell’s remarks to Congress on Wednesday reiterated a message of prudence and data dependency, signaling that while reducing interest rates is visible, the journey begins with […]

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The latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) report for January 2024 revealed an unexpected twist in the narrative of inflation in the United States, emphasizing the persistent challenge it poses to economic stability. Despite hopes for a cooling inflation rate, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a 0.3% monthly increase in consumer prices, translating to a […]

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Amid America’s growing frustration over the scarce availability of homes, several key factors have emerged as culprits behind the tight grip on housing inventory. This article peels back the layers to explore the multifaceted reasons contributing to the national low housing inventory crisis, presenting insights beyond the surface level. The Legacy of Underconstruction At the […]

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The Fed’s Recent Decision: As anticipated, the Federal Reserve, under Chair Jerome Powell, kept its benchmark interest rate steady in its latest meeting. This decision, while expected, carried significant implications for investors, homeowners, and everyday consumers. March Meeting: No Rate Cut Expected: Contrary to the hopeful expectations of many investors, Powell has made it clear […]

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