Michael Sasso

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Wealth Of U.S. Seniors Surged $91,000 In Pandemic On Housing Gains

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Households headed by people 18 to 39 saw the smallest gains in dollar terms.

Inflation Is On Path To Reaching Fed's 2% Target, Atlanta Fed Prez Says

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“The goal is to make sure we stay on the path,” he said.

Unemployed Americans Are Being Forgotten In A Strong Job Market

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Solid labor-market data may hide the pain of those in recent cuts in sectors like housing, technology and human resources.

U.S. Previously Owned Home Sales Edge Up From A 13-Year Low

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The increase was a respite from a two-year downturn caused by higher borrowing costs.

Older Americans Are Now Earning Almost As Much As Younger Workers

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Seniors' labor participation rate is expected to rise as the rates of most other age groups stall or decline.

UPS Strike Would Deal Blow To U.S. Inflation Fight, Supply Chain

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Economists say the strike might raise the inflation rate.

Why Private Equity Is Chasing Plumbers And Lumber Yards

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Private equity firms are now rolling up household services businesses.

Credit Scores Got A Boost In Pandemic But Lenders Should Be Wary

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Since bottoming out during the pandemic, loan defaults and delinquencies remain scarce by historical standards.

Pandemic Retirees Head Back To Work As Asset Boom Fades

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Inflation and stalled housing prices are among the reasons older workers are returning to the workforce.

Car Debt Piling Up As More Americans Owe Thousands More Than Vehicles Are Worth

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More consumers could be left without vehicle-financing options.

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