June 2013 Headlines
Markets in Europe and Asia are showing signs of recovery after the U.S. stock market had its worst day of the year.
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed will continue the stimulus, including the purchase of $85 billion worth of bonds each month.
The Federal Reserve says it will continue to keep long-term interest rates at record lows by buying $85 billion in monthly bonds.
As Americans start hitting the road for summer vacation, gas prices are on the minds of many. The Energy Department says drivers can expect to pay 10 cents less than last year.
Standard & Poor's ratings service has boosted its outlook for U.S. government debt from "negative" to "stable," meaning it's not as likely to downgrade the nation's debt.
Unemployment is still on the rise but jobs are being added in the U.S. Economy.
The Anderson forecast from the UCLA released a report Wednesday, warning the economic growth rate is too small to help the nation climb out of its slump.