Stock indexes fluctuated in midday trading Tuesday as investors tried to predict the Fed's next move.
Attention, bargain-hunters around the world: Japanese goods — from cars to televisions — are going on sale.
Despite federal agencies taking steps to tweak and adopt the qualified mortgage and ability-to-repay rules set to go into effect in January 2014, private industry officials are nervous about the impact they will have.
Gov. Sean Parnell is in New York meeting with banks and rating agencies about Alaska's budget and economic outlook.
The prospect of continued stimulus from the Federal Reserve and rising optimism among small business owners helped push stock prices back to record levels.
A record-breaking rally in stocks stalled Monday as investors assessed whether stock valuations were overstating the improvement in the economy.
The U.S. Treasury says it took in a surplus of $113 billion in April, the largest in five years. That lowered the federal deficit through the first seven months of the budget year and kept it on pace to be the smallest since 2008.
Alaska’s banks and credit unions held steady in their 2013 first quarter performance, a typically slow quarter given the state’s seasonal economy.
Alaska Communications’ focus on business sales and marketing led to first quarter growth, executives said.
Despite challenges from national telecommunications trends, GCI first quarter results showed growth in several areas.