Economists caution that prolonged pain from trade will complicate the path for companies and consumers.
U.S. Housing Starts Rise to Decade High While Permits Decline
U.S. Homebuilder Sentiment Fell in June on Higher Lumber Costs
Sanford Warns Against Republicans' `Tribal' Support of Trump
The U.S. economy is sprinting ahead of the rest of the world, at least for now.
U.S. Manufacturing Output Fell in May by the Most Since 2014
U.S. retail sales exceeds forecasts, bolstering expectations for an acceleration in economic growth this quarter.
Consumer Credit in U.S. Posts Smallest Gain in Seven Months
Americans’ sentiment cooled as a gauge of views on the economy fell to a five-month low.
U.S. Household Wealth Increased at Slower Pace in First Quarter
U.S. trade deficit narrowed to the lowest level since September as exports rose to a record.
Global Investment Flows Plummeted 23% in 2017 to Three-Year Low
Latest Milestone for U.S. Job Market: More Openings Than Workers
U.S. job openings unexpectedly rose to a fresh record in April.
Employers added 223,000 jobs last month, more than forecast and bringing payroll gains for the year to 1.04 million.
U.S. hiring rose more than forecast in May, and the unemployment rate matched the lowest in almost five decades.
Job applicants in U.S. were scarcer than usual though business was soaring.
U.S. home contracts unexpectedly decline on persistent inventory shortage.
U.S. economy grew in the first quarter at a slightly slower pace than previously estimated.
U.S. Second-Quarter Growth Forecasts Surge on Trade, Inventories
Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Rose More Than Forecast in March