John Ydstie After covering the economy, Wall Street and federal budget issues for two decades, John Ydstie is now applying his reporting and interviewing skills as a roving national correspondent.
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Business Groups Argue EPA's Plan Will Have Economic Consequences

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The second open enrollment period for buying health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act starts Saturday. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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HealthCare.gov Head Says Site Is Tested And 'Ready To Go'

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Banking Giants Settle Currency Manipulation Charges

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October Jobs Data Show Solid Employment Growth

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Ray Gerrish repairs a drilling rig near Watford City, N.D. Oil industry analysts predict that oil prices will have to remain low for at least several months before having a significant effect on U.S. production. Jim Gehrz/MCT/Landov hide caption

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It's Still Too Early For Tanking Oil Prices To Curb U.S. Drilling

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Federal Reserve Votes To End Quantitative Easing

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AIG Lawsuit Presents Different Versions Of 2008 Bailout

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Former Treasury Secretaries Head To Court For AIG Lawsuit

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New Jobs Report Is A Bounceback From Disappointing August

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In New Jersey in March, Dianna Lopez of the Center for Family Services (right) speaks with Betsy Cruz, of Camden, N.J., about health insurance coverage during an Affordable Care Act information session. Lori M. Nichols/South Jersey Times/Landov hide caption

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Obamacare's First Year: How'd It Go?

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Anheuser-Busch's 2014 Super Bowl commercial was titled "Puppy Love." The company is one of several big sponsors that have expressed concern with the NFL. AP hide caption

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Big Sponsors May Find It Hard To Break Up With The NFL

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A soldier guards a pipe en route to the Kawergosk Refinery near Irbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq, in July. Fighting in northern Iraq forced the closure of the country's largest oil refinery, Baiji, and cut production from the Kirkuk oil field this summer. Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Turmoil Roiling Abroad, Why Aren't Oil Prices Bubbling Up?

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Employer-Sponsored Health Costs Rose Modestly In 2014

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Jessica Pimentel fills out an application during a job fair in Sunrise, Fla. The latest employment numbers indicate a slowdown in job growth, but many economists are skeptical that the economy is weakening. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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A Disappointing Jobs Report May Mask Economy's Strength

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