Kelly Evans

Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Staff reporter, covering the economy, for the Wall Street Journal

Kelly Evans on KCRW

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve gave its  most upbeat assessment  of the economy since the Great Recession began. But today, there's news of a different kind.

Economy Still Weak but May Be at Bottom

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve gave its most upbeat assessment of the economy since the Great Recession began. But today, there's news of a different kind.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve gave its  most upbeat assessment  of the economy since the Great Recession began. But today, there's news of a different kind.

Economy Still Weak but May Be at Bottom

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve gave its most upbeat assessment of the economy since the Great Recession began. But today, there's news of a different kind.

from To the Point

Home prices in twenty major cities are now  back where they were  in 2004, according to Standard & Poor's. Last month's  Consumer Confidence Index  dropped like a stone.

Another Round of Bad News on the Economy

Home prices in twenty major cities are now back where they were in 2004, according to Standard & Poor's. Last month's Consumer Confidence Index dropped like a stone.

from To the Point

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