Business – 10 February 2013

The 787 Dreamliner Just Took a Completely “Uneventful” Test Flight

Written by Eric Limer, Published on Gizmodo

No one wants to be on a plane with batteries that are liable to explode, and since Boeing grounded its 787 Dreamliners after such an incident, no one has had to be. Except for the test crew that took one into the yesterday. But don’t worry, it all turned out just fine.

Mortgage Rate Summary for Wells Fargo

Written by Michael Dorn, Published on The Eagle’s Rant

The best 30 year fixed rate mortgages at Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) have been quoted at 3.625% carrying an APR of 3.963% today.

China Passes U.S. to Become World’s Biggest Trading Nation

Written by Michael Forsythe and Joshua Gallu, Published on Bloomberg

China surpassed the U.S. to become the world’s biggest trading nation last year as measured by the sum of exports and imports of goods, a milestone in the Asian nation’s challenge to the U.S. dominance in global commerce that emerged after the end of World War II.

FHA mortgage premium costs set to rise

Written by KATHLEEN PENDER, Published on News Day

Borrowers who want to get a mortgage insured by the Federal Housing Administration should act quickly to avoid changes the agency is making to shore up its faltering insurance fund.

France hunting fraudsters in horsemeat scandal

Published on USA Today

Europe’s horsemeat scandal is spreading, as French consumer safety authorities say companies from Romania, Cyprus and the Netherlands were part of a supply chain that resulted in horsemeat being disguised as beef in frozen lasagna sold around the continent.

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