Stricter lending standards on new mortgages and high unemployment have made it harder for many to buy homes. And the continuing onslaught of foreclosures hasn't helped make buying very appealing. So even if home prices are expected to fall further, it's clear there much bigger hurdles at work.
One way to hedge against inflation is by owning shares of established companies with proven pricing power, those with steadily rising operating margins. More
As China's wages soar, manufacturing jobs are coming back home. Instead of relying on monetary policy to boost the economy, the government should help train workers to fill those gaps. More
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