Manhattan apartment sales fell 18% in third quarter

Apartment sales in Manhattan dipped by 18% in the third quarter as higher interest rates on mortgages and the struggling stock market take their toll on New York real estate. It was the first time since 2020 that Manhattan saw a decrease in the number of residential real estate transactions, according to the authors of … Read more

Kim Kardashian could be ‘tip of the iceberg’ for celeb crypto crackdown

Kim Kardashian’s $1.26 million fine from the Securities and Exchange Commission could just be the first shot in a broader regulatory volley against crypto-hawking celebrities, experts tell The Post.  A-listers including Matt Damon, Tom Brady and Larry David, who appeared in ads for cryptocurrency exchanges during this year’s Super Bowl — as well as stars like … Read more

Dow jumps more than 600 points to start 4th quarter

US stocks staged a surprise rally to kick off the fourth quarter on Monday, making gains following a miserable stretch that saw major indices plunge deeper into bear territory on mounting fears of a global recession. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nearly 900 points, or more than 3%, through late trading on Monday afternoon. … Read more

Hurricane Ian ‘financially ruined’ Floridians without flood insurance

Tens of thousands of Florida residents have likely been left financially ruined because they did not have flood insurance before Hurricane Ian devastated wide swaths of the Sunshine State, according to experts. The Biden administration last week designated nine Florida counties as disaster areas eligible for federal aid that would cover minor home repairs, short-term … Read more

Supreme Court to hear Section 230 lawsuits vs. Google, Twitter

The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear two cases seeking to hold social media companies financially responsible for terrorist attacks. Relatives of people killed in terrorist attacks in France and Turkey had sued Google, Twitter, and Facebook. They accused the companies of helping terrorists spread their message and radicalize new recruits. The court will … Read more