Large drops on Wall Street have made many stocks more affordable, but large investments are likely still risky.
Kentucky Congressman John Yarmuth reluctantly supported the economic recovery package that cleared the Senate this week.
The turmoil on Wall Street has more than banks and businesses on alert. Foundations and nonprofits here in Louisville are bracing themselves for the fallout. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. It was just days after Lehman Brothers filed for the biggest bankruptcy case in U.S. history when the Association of Small Foundations held its annual conference. […]
Conservative business practices have protected most Kentucky banks from being damaged by the Wall Street financial crisis. That means they’re able and willing to extend credit to eligible customers.