Post Tagged with: "fiscal cliff"

US Mortgage Rates Climb to 4-Month High: Bankrate

US Mortgage Rates Climb to 4-Month High: Bankrate

1/10/2013  Mortgage rates reached the highest level since September, with the benchmark 30-year fixed mortgage rate jumping to 3.67 percent this week, according to Bankrate.com’s weekly national survey.

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Provisions in Fiscal Cliff package threatens vulnerable kidney patients

Provisions in Fiscal Cliff package threatens vulnerable kidney patients

1/3/2012  The kidney care community is committed to being good stewards of Medicare dollars, which is why we believe the new dialysis payment system should reflect the total cost of caring for patients with kidney failure.

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Wall Street fiscal cliff deal closure

Wall Street fiscal cliff deal closure

1/2/2013  Wall Street can embrace closure when its headlines have been hogging the news, and it looks like that’s the case today.

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Fiscal cliff deal fails to address real concerns, penalizes marriage

Fiscal cliff deal fails to address real concerns, penalizes marriage

1/1/2013  Family Research Council President Tony Perkins released the following statement in reaction to the U.S. Senate’s approval of a fiscal cliff deal early this morning:

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Campaign to Fix the Debt partnered by diverse voices

12/22/2012  Today, the Campaign to Fix the Debt announced five new partners, each representing a broad swath of America and each displaying its commitment to a comprehensive, bipartisan agreement that will avert the “fiscal cliff” and begin bending down the unsustainable trajectory of the U.S. national debt.

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AIA urges congress, president to de-couple sequestration from fiscal cliff

AIA urges congress, president to de-couple sequestration from fiscal cliff

12/22/2012  The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) today is calling on our leaders to immediately de-couple sequestration from the broader fiscal cliff negotiations.

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US consumer cash flow declining: Deloitte Index

US consumer cash flow declining: Deloitte Index

12/13/2012  Consumer cash flow is declining, according to the Deloitte Consumer Spending Index (Index), which fell in November due to a slowdown in the rise of new home prices and an accelerating decline in real wages.

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