Danielle DiMartino Booth



Aug 15, 2019
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is facing a housing conundrum. The market is in the midst of a 15-month slump, with home price gains and sales having slowed dramatically and permits to build new dwellings slumping by 6.6% to the lowest level in more than two years....


Jun 6, 2019
Hopes are running high that potential interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve will support the auto and housing sectors, two parts of the economy that are sensitive to borrowing costs.


May 8, 2019
Recent spending patterns combined with credit-card losses reveal some disturbing trends.


Apr 12, 2019
Don’t underestimate the negative impact of declining tax refunds on households.


Mar 12, 2019
In the decade between “60 Minutes” interviews, the central bank has sparked a recovery without inflation but not much else.


Feb 25, 2019
The remarkable rebound in the U.S. stock market from the lows in late December has resulted in gains that the analysts at Goldman Sachs rightly point out already constitute banner returns for an entire calendar year.


Jan 18, 2019
Americans are increasingly reaching for the plastic in their wallets to cover what their paychecks won’t.


Dec 5, 2018
In a rare occurrence, households with the most purchasing power are more pessimistic than those with the least.

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