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The Federal Open Market Committe remains optimistic that the U.S. economic recovery is gaining momentum as it shed another $10 billion from its monthly bond-purchase program Wednesday. The Fed’s quantitative easing program is now at $25 billion a month. Starting in August, the Fed will buy $10 billion in mortgage-backed securities and $15 billion in long-term Treasury securities, according to a statement released after a two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee. Jim Wyckoff, senior analyst at Kitco.com said the in-line [...]0 Read More
If you don’t realize that it matters, read this blog.by. Dan Fisher All was fine when the relocation offer came in—his bride-to-be would live in his house until the wedding and after the wedding they would rent it out. A management company was hired and a date for occupancy was set. Having only received one inquiry during the first month and with the wedding only weeks away, the bride-to-be took matters into her own hands. She posted the house on a couple [...]0 Read More
The bank is testing the service for its Minnesota Twins-branded cards.by. Bryan YurcanU.S. Bank is using a new mobile photo app to allow consumers to sign up for Minnesota Twins-branded credit cards by taking pictures of their drivers' licenses. The Minneapolis-based bank is teaming up with the Major League Baseball team on the pilot program, which is being conducted at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, where Twins employees are stationed across the facility to accept applications. Currently, the app is [...]2 Read More
Posted July 30, 2014
by. Alan Jackson For community banks fighting the rising tide of branch closures across the country, Bankrate’s March 2014 [...]1 Read More