October 2013 Headlines
The world's first bitcoin ATM opened Tuesday at a coffee shop in Canada. It's the first of five ATMs bought by Canadian company Bitcoiniacs.
Britain will unveil a new Islamic Market Index on the London Stock Exchange Tuesday.
The U.S. economy added just 148,000 jobs in September, suggesting that employers held back on hiring before a 16-day partial government shutdown began Oct. 1.
The United States has dropped over the past decade dramatically in terms of economic freedom, a recent report reveals.
World finance leaders are pressuring the United States to resolve the budget stalemate.
While Washington is trying to figure out how to get a handle on its massive deficits, the rest of America is still going heavily into debt.
Millions of Social Security recipients are expecting historically small increases in their benefits for the second year in a row.
Yellen, the current vice chair of the central bank, will succeed outgoing Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, whose term term ends Jan. 31.
The head of the International Monetary Fund warns the consequences of a US default could be terrible worldwide. It could strip the dollar of its status as the world's reserve currency.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew told Congress that unless lawmakers act in time, he will run out of money to pay the nation's bills by Oct. 17.
The stock market dropped over the past several days amidst the uncertainty of a government shutdown.