Sting operation foils New York terror plot Plan to target synagogue, military base
BofA seeks to repay $45bn by end of year Bank wants fast return of bail-out funds
Revival hopes push down dollar Geithner and Fed upbeat on recovery. Stimulus Spending, Budget Deficit Put U.S. Dollar at Risk, Windheim Says
World Economies Plummet Steep declines in the economies of Mexico, Japan and Germany, three of the U.S.’s biggest trading partners, underscored the severity of the global recession and put pressure on industrialized nations to revive trade talks.
U.S. Rescue Aid Entrenches ItselfEven as some U.S. banks look to repay their TARP funds, the federal programs to prop up the financial system are getting entrenched.
Fed Considers More Securities Purchases Fed officials are open to raising the amount of Treasury and mortgage-related securities they are purchasing beyond the $1.75 trillion already committed.
China Grows More Picky About Debt China’s preference for U.S. Treasuries, and its loosening of laws on private investments, are changing the financial ties between China and America.