Plan on hand-holding buyers still wary of the economy – Almost two-thirds of Americans believe a "double-dip" recession is imminent. And that’s not nearly all, according to a recent survey. The survey, which was conducted by StrategyOne , polled more than a thousand American consumers.
A decade after Great Recession, 1 in 3 Americans still haven. – A decade after Great Recession, 1 in 3 Americans still haven’t recovered More The Great Recession is nearly a decade in the rear-view mirror, yet many Americans say they still feel its effects.
The American Dream is Alive and Well-and Transformed – Nearly two-thirds of Americans think the American Dream is moving away from its traditional roots in community and family. Today, they say, the "dream" is more likely to be about making money, buying things and gaining personal recognition.
Two-thirds of Americans expecting double-dip recession. – Almost two in three Americans (65 percent) say a double-dip recession – defined as a recession followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession – is now likely to happen. Among those who expect a double-dip recession, nearly half (44 percent) fear it will be worse than the first one, with 21 percent worried it will be "much more severe."
Decline in home prices to continue to 2011: Clear Capital Obama to renew push for wider mortgage refinance plan The Obama administration will renew efforts to pass a wider refinance plan for more underwater homeowners when Congress reconvenes in September."The housing market is beginning to. · EGX likely to continue trade decline amid hopes of US-China trade war end. shares with some companies announcing expansions and strong business results while other companies benefit from the decline of US dollar price against the local currency.. while the capital of the SME index declined from EGP 243.9bn to EGP 242.3bn, a decline of 0.7.
Two-Thirds Of Americans Expect Double Dip Recession – Two-thirds of American expect a double-dip recession. A number of experts have observed that economists who have called an end to the recession are out of step with the public.
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Double Dip? You Already Know the Answer | Seeking Alpha – · You Already Know the Answer. However, the think tank has said a return to recession is unlikely but “great uncertainty” remains. It has therefore slightly revised its growth forecast for 2010 for the G7 nations to 1.5%, from the 1.75% it forecast in May..
Nearly half of unemployed not looking for work, poll finds – The poll Wednesday found that many jobless Americans are reluctant to make significant changes to boost their chances of landing a job. Nearly two-thirds said they don’t. Jobless benefits may be.
Fixed-rates on mortgages rise at fastest pace since 1987 Mortgage applications down 2.3% led by drop in purchases The index of pending home sales rose 4.6%, after a 2.3% decline the previous month, according to data released wednesday from the National Association of Realtors in Washington. That compared with the median projection of analysts for an increase of 1%. The gauge was down 3.2% from a year earlier.Republican jobs bill aims to repeal Dodd-Frank Return to transcripts main page. early start. Note: This page is continually updated as new transcripts become available. If you cannot find a specific segment, check back later.Mortgage Rates Fall at Fastest Pace Since Brexit.. but we’re still very much in the "new normal" range of conventional 30yr fixed rates between 4%. Mortgage News Daily has established itself.
What the Great Recession Wrought: The State of the U.S. in 3. – What the Great Recession Wrought: The State of the U.S. in 3 Years of Polls. nearly two-thirds of Americans said they were exposed to more risks that threaten their standard of living than.
Nearly Two-Thirds of Americans feel double dip recession. – Nearly Two-Thirds of Americans Feel Double Dip Recession The First command financial behaviors index report illustrates that the continuing economic turmoil is becoming a way of life for middle-class consumers.
Inequality Troubles Americans Across Party Lines, Times. – · When asked about the other end of the income spectrum, two-thirds of Americans favored raising taxes on people with annual salaries exceeding $1 million.