Janet Yellen Videos
Janet Yellen Talks Fed Rate Hike
The Federal Reserve Board Chair says Fed will end 7-year interest rate freeze.
How the Potential Hike in Interest Rates May Affect You
"Shark Tank" panelists Barbara Corcoran and Kevin O'Leary explain the potential outcome if the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
Jobs Report Signals Hiring Slowdown
While the unemployment rate remained at 5.5 percent, the figures for February and January were revised downward.
How Falling Gas Prices May Be Hurting Your Retirement
Gas prices in 14 states have fallen below $2 a gallon, but the short term win may mean a long term problem.
Fed: Big Banks Need More Cash Reserves
Okay. Wednesday December 10 the markets in New York are open and our big number this morning in that Swanee billion dollars that's the stunning amount JPMorgan may have to raise new capital due to the new rules. Proposed by the Federal Reserve aiming to have the nation's eight largest banks hold
November Jobs Blowout, 321K Jobs Added
Okay. It is Friday December 5 the markets and New York RON and a big number this morning 321000. Well that's a huge number of jobs added the economy in November blowing past estimates of 235000 than economists were looking for. Now November's figure it's the biggest monthly jobs gain since January
KB Home Misses the Mark
One of the nation's top new-home builders, KB Home, reports that its 3rd quarter revenues are far below expectations
US Job Growth Slips to 142,000 in August
It was a disappointing month as economists expected 230,000 jobs to be added to payroll.
Ice Bucket Challenge Pours in Big Bucks
Good morning it's Thursday August 21 the markets in new open. And today's big number is a whopper 41 point eight million that's a lot of buckets of ice water. Until it happened so many also it's just such a huge splash. And it's not cool enough the money pouring into the ALS and the fight against
Five Years of Weak Wages
Okay. It's Tuesday August 19 the financial markets in New York are open big number zero point 5%. That is how good. Wages for Americans have gone up since 2009 is the weakest growth since World War II it is barely keeping up with inflation. But when I'm in New York here's the test breakdown that