Five years after one of the most costly financial crises in U.S. history, the 18 largest banks still fall short in at least one of five areas critical to risk management and capital planning, the Federal Reserve said.
Les Funtleyder, president of Poliwogg's Investment Advisory division, Bloomberg senior economist Joe Brusuelas, and Ben Willis, managing director at Albert Fried & Co. LLC., discuss the economic impact of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Funtleyder, Brusuelas and Willis talk with Bloomberg's Courtney Donohoe on Bloomberg Radio's "Taking Stock."
Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Senior Economist Joe Brusuelas discusses the October U.S. employment report and the economic impact of Hurricane Sandy. He speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)
Payroll gains averaging 80,000 a month will be enough to keep the U.S. jobless rate steady over the next couple of years as aging baby boomers retire and population growth slows, according to research by economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Aug. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg economist Joe Brusuelas talks about the July U.S. Employment report. Payrolls in the U.S. rose 163,000, more than forecast, following a revised 64,000 gain in June. The unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent. (Joseph Brusuelas is a Bloomberg economist. The opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)