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Average US rate on 30-year mortgage edges up to 3.67 percent

U.S. housing starts data underperforms jobless claims rise

Projected lower deficit could slow any budget deal

US consumers keep spending despite higher taxes

Banks, under scrutiny, set to announce earnings

House passes bill to prioritize US debt payments

Merger of Fannie, Freddie's bond units proposed

Stocks drop following Fed doubts about stimulus

Cardinals extend contract of GM, option on Matheny

Banks win dismissal of most rate-rigging claims

Local investors unfazed by Labor turmoil

Analysis: Five years after Lehman, risk moves into the shadows

Analysis - Five years after Lehman, risk moves into the shadows

A look at JPMorgan's other legal issues

With Corbat at helm, Citi's profit, revenue rise

Obama: Time to turn the page on housing woes

The many legal millstones weighing down JPMorgan

Stocks end with strong gains after jobs report

JPMorgan to pay record $13 bln to settle US probes: WSJ

Dubai property sector comeback stirs fears of new bubble

JPMorgan, gov't reach $13B deal on mortgage bonds

Ready Freddie? The smart money is looking

Citigroup to pay $7b to settle US mortgage claims

Alcoa helps lift market after two days of declines

US records $71 billion budget surplus in June

US sanctions net snares the innocent, burdens business

US companies spend heavily on big mergers in 2014

KKR banks on Bisignano to revive first data with Apple deal

'Real Housewives of New Jersey' couple get prison in fraud case

Man cleared in Taliban terror case suing US

Zalando sets IPO range, valuing it at up to 5.6 billion euros

Bank of America reports loss on huge legal charges

Bank of America reports loss on huge legal charges

Tech giants win big in first quarter results

Market turmoil: A gift for mortgage refinancers?

Politics would constrain Shelby as head of Senate banking panel

Bank of America reports $70 mn loss on legal charge

Geithner grilled in court over AIG bailout

Ex-Fed Chair Bernanke: wanted to stop AIG default, not punish firm

Ex-Fed Chair Bernanke - wanted to stop AIG default, not punish firm

Bernanke says he was reluctant on AIG bailout

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac to lose market share to private capital: CBO

US mortgage rates hit new lows not a lot more buyers biting

New Senate chairmen aim to undo Obama's policies

Average US rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.69 percent

Signed contracts to buy US homes climb to 20-month high

US home prices rise modestly, weigh on affordability

US home sales rebound slightly in February

Political landscape changes with improving economy

US budget deficit for March grows by $107 billion

Westpac shareholders rewarded