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The Tale of a House, and an Entire Market
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/26/business/the-tale-of-a-house-and-an-entire-market.html?hpw&rref=business
Raleigh's home prices stayed relatively stable during the recession. This one-bedroom condominium built in 2008, with 24-hour security, fitness center and a building pool, recently sold for a higher price than its previous peak. Sales of They are

Mojo - January 2014
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/01/jpmorgan-jamie-dimon-raise-regulators%20-%20?page=1&page%3D1%26page%253D1%3D=
Mojo - January 2014 This week, the FBI and Department of Justice busted a Washington, DC-based political consultant and an ex-detective turned private security contractor in a money-in-politics scandal seemingly ripped from the pages of All the President's Men. According

Tax Man Cometh
http://www.reviewjournal.com/jobs/tax-man-cometh
Tax Man Cometh Taxes have always been a mixed blessing for Americans. NBC News reports that in 2012, 22 percent of federal tax dollars went to health, 20 percent to Social Security, 20 percent to defense, 13 percent for a safety net (hardship programs for

FOMC, Yellen, Obama's Address, Egypt: Week Ahead Jan. 25-Feb. 1
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-01-24/fomc-yellen-obama-s-address-egypt-week-ahead-jan-dot-25-feb-dot-1
The world's largest company by market value will probably announce quarterly earnings per share rose during the holiday shopping season, according to a Bloomberg survey, after introducing its latest models of iPhones and iPads. -U.S.-Pakistan

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30-year mortgage rate falls to 4.40 percent

WASHINGTON >> Long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week, benefiting potential homebuyers with the spring buying season underway.

Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday the average rate on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages dipped to 4.40 percent from 4.44 percent last week. The benchmark stood at an average 4.10 percent a year ago.

The decline followed scant movement in long-term rates last week and a months-long stretch of increases in January, February and early March as interest rates generally rose.

The average rate on 15-year, fixed-rate loans declined to 3.87 percent from 3.90 percent last week.

As trade tensions have escalated in recent weeks between the U.S. and China, investors have been switching into safer assets like bonds. That has pushed bond prices higher and suppressed their yields, which move in the opposite direction.

Delta, Sears report breaches of data

Delta now says that payment card information for about “several hundred thousand” airline customers may have been exposed by malware last fall that also hit Sears and other companies.

Ginnie Mae reportedly boots two lenders from bond program over ...

When asked about the restrictions, Ginnie Mae did not confirm the identities of the lenders in question, but did say that action has been taken.

“We are continuing to take steps to ensure that pools with prepayment speeds out of line with market norms are not co-mingled into our multi-issuer security,” Michael Bright, Ginnie Mae’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, said in a statement provided to HousingWire.

“This ensures the integrity of our bonds, and strengthens the support they provide to veterans and other homebuyers,” Bright added. “This enforcement of the program falls directly within Ginnie Mae’s mission and ongoing monitoring is inherent in the business of Ginnie Mae.”

This all started last year as an  investigation  into loan churning, which was spurred by a letter from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who cited a report from the  Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Do American businesses want Illegal immigrant busines?

Apparently they do. Here is what Bank of America is doing
LOS ANGELES -- In the latest sign of the U.S. banking industry's aggressive pursuit of the Hispanic market, Bank of America Corp.


Well, you answered your own question.

Here are my thoughts:

As many of us agree, "illegal" means ILLEGAL, so of course they should have to go.