Investors who have been hoping that the U.S. economy will be given a clean bill of health in the near future may want to think again.
It was several months ago that President Bush signed a $170 billion stimulus package that he said could help prevent the U.S. from slipping into recession – now, there is talk of introducing another, similar measure.
Retirees who have been fretting over the state of the stock market and their nest egg have a bit of good news to look forward to – social security benefits are rising by 5.8 percent in 2009.
Investor Warren Buffett, one of the richest men in the world, has announced that he is buying American stocks.
An increasing number of older people are looking to reverse mortgages to boost their cash flow in retirement, according to new figures from a trade group.
A new poll reveals a shifting attitude about the role of big government in helping the U.S. out of the credit crunch.
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President Bush has described the government’s bailout plan – decried by some as meddling in the free market – as an "essential short-term measure" to free up credit and unfreeze the economy.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain may propose some tax cuts that could inject life into the listless economy, one of his advisors has suggested.