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FTN Financial chief economist Chris Low and Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber give their outlooks for the markets and economy.

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  1. U.S. jobs, inflation data support tapering of Fed bond buying

    The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits fell to a near six-year low last week and consumer prices rose broadly in July, which could draw the F...

  2. U.S. appeals court will not intervene in FHFA lawsuits vs. banks

    Fourteen major banks sued by the Federal Housing Finance Agency over soured mortgage investments have lost a bid to have a U.S. appeals court intervene in their case...

  3. Banks Hiding the Most from Customers

    From debit card fees to overdraft charges, consumers need clearer policies from their banks to understand checking accounts, according to a report released by the Pe...

  4. Feds, Banks Brace as Hackers Launch OpUSA

    A group of activist hackers kicked off an ambitious cyber operation on Tuesday that targeteted a slew of high-profile American targets, however the Group Anonymous a...

  5. Louisiana Gov. Proposes 0% Corporate, Personal Income Tax

    Kanaly Trust Chairman Drew Kanaly, FTN Financial Economist Lindsey Piegza and Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell on the tax overhaul proposed by Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for the state.

  6. Piegza: Employment Data Still Lackluster

    Lindsey Piegza, FTN Financial economist, weighs in on today’s jobless claims data and the economic recovery.

  7. Instant View: ISM index 50.7 in December

    Manufacturing expanded slightly in December, bouncing back from an unexpected contraction the prior month, according to an industry report released on Wednesday.The ...

  8. First Tennessee, BBVA unit took big Fed loans in late 2010

    First Tennessee Bank and a U.S. affiliate of Spanish bank BBVA were among the largest borrowers from the Federal Reserve's emergency lending program in late 2010, ac...

  9. Technology Glitch Prompted Biggest 4th Quarter 2010 Discount Window Loan

    First Tennessee Bank, a unit of First Horizon National Corporation (FHN), was the biggest borrower of short-term funds from the Federal Reserve during the fourth qua...

  10. Lawmakers Making Progress in Fiscal Cliff Talks?

    Leader Capital CEO John Lekas, Univ. of Maryland Economist Peter Morici and FTN Financial Economist Lindsey Piegza on the fiscal cliff negotiations.

  11. U.S. home building permits approach four-and-half-year high

    U.S. homebuilding permits touched their highest level in nearly 4-1/2 years in November, pointing to strength in the housing market, even though groundbreaking activ...

  12. Time to Get Tough on Middle Class?

    Lindsey Piegza, FTN Financial economist, on why she believes tough questions need to be asked of the middle class in order to solve the fiscal cliff crisis.

  1. Apple splits stock 7-for-1

    JMP Securities analyst Alex Gauna, FTN Financial chief economist Chris Low and Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber discuss Apple’s stock split.

  2. Putting money to work in Europe and Japan

    FTN Financial chief economist Chris Low and Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber discuss the European and Japanese economies.

  3. Bonds Edge Higher On Ukraine, China Concerns

    U.S. Treasuries prices edged higher on Tuesday, with concern about geopolitical tensions in Russia and Ukraine and weakness in China's economy spurring some demand f...

  4. U.S. Factory Data Hint At Improving Economy

    U.S. factory activity rebounded last month from an eight-month low and consumer spending increased more than expected in January, suggesting the economy was regainin...

  5. Cold Weather Slams Factory Output, Could Slow Growth

    U.S. manufacturing output unexpectedly fell in January, recording its biggest drop in more than 4-1/2 years, as cold weather disrupted production in the latest indic...

  6. FHFA Recovered $8B from Banks in 2013

    The Federal Housing Finance Agency said Thursday it had recovered nearly $8 billion in 2013 from banks that sold the government-sponsored housing entities Fannie Mae...

  7. Treasury Yields Hold Near Highs

    Benchmark U.S. Treasury debt yields slipped but held near highs for the year on Monday as investors readied for less buying of bonds by the Federal Reserve next year...

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