Hi, everyone. This Thursday it’s revealed in a report how Apple tried to buy Tesla. We look at the low-interest rates for 2019, and whether this means you should refinance your mortgage. We take a look at an interesting article about offshore accounts of the super-rich, and how they do it. The Fed tries to make sense of softer-than-expected inflation levels. And for this Memorial Day, we look at 10 places to honor the fallen.
We learned yesterday that Apple tried to buy Tesla, at least according to an analyst who insists his sources are solid, and that it was willing to pay a substantial premium over what the public markets said the company was worth–but only under one condition.
Last week, the number of applications for refinances jumped 8.3% week-over-week following four straight weeks in which mortgage interest rates dropped, according to data released Wednesday from the Mortgage Bankers Association. In all, there were 31.1% more refinance applications for the week ending May 17 than the same period a year ago.
Thirty-two-year-old French economist Gabriel Zucman scours spreadsheets to find secret offshore accounts.
The Federal Reserve plans to maintain a patient approach to monetary policy but sees softer-than-expected inflation levels as temporary, according to the minutes out Wednesday.
Wars come and go, but the memory of those who died in them stays with us forever. No day is more poignant for the nation to remember those who gave their lives than Memorial Day.