(The Center Square) – Producer prices fell by half a percentage point in July from the previous month as energy prices dipped, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday, but annual producer prices remain high for the year at 9.8%.
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Retirement can loom like a dark cloud for small-business owners. Many invest blood, sweat and tears — and every penny — into building their business but never set cash aside for…
Demand for single-family homes surged in the past two years, as the coronavirus pandemic prompted people to look for more living space. The increased demand, facilitated by low interest rates and coupled with supply constraints, led to soaring home prices. (These are 15 cities with the most overpriced housing markets.) But now the U.S. housing […]
The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) Relief Foundation and Kentucky REALTORS are providing $500,000 in relief funding to help those whos…
(The Center Square) – Mortgage rates increased last week, leading to an uptick in the refinance rate.
BOZEMAN, Mont. - In a unanimous vote the Gallatin County Commissioners passed a resolution to place a mill levy of up to nine mills to fund the Gallatin County Rest Home on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden signed a $280 billion bill on Tuesday that aims to help the U.S. compete with China by investing billions of taxpayer dollars into domestic semiconductor production.
(The Center Square) – The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new economic data Tuesday showing the sharpest quarterly decline in labor productivity since 1948.