The U.S. labor market still has plenty of room to run.
U.S. employers added the most workers since mid-2016.
Americans are slowly cashing in on high demand for labor.
U.S. Service Industries Grow Near Fastest in at Least a Decade
Tariffs seen reducing growth as much as 0.2 percentage point
More Evidence of U.S. Economic Tailwinds, From Tax Cuts to Jobs
Jobless Claims in U.S. Drop to Lowest in Almost Five Decades
Recent tax cuts boosted Americans’ spending power, unemployment claims fell to an almost five-decade low.
Previously-owned U.S. home purchases unexpectedly declined in January to a more than three-year low.
From Inflation to Tax Cuts, One U.S. Report Has It All Thursday
Here are five charts to help you sort through the U.S. Economic Data.
U.S. consumer confidence jumped to a 17-year high as optimism about employment prospects grew.
Sales of New Homes in U.S. Decline to Lowest Level Since August
Sales of Existing U.S. Homes Unexpectedly Fell in January
A growing number of economists expect the Fed to step up the pace of its interest-rate increases this year.
The Federal Reserve will face growing pressure to accelerate its planned interest-rate increases.
U.S. new-home construction rose in January to the highest level since October 2016.
U.S. factory output was unchanged in January for a second month after a run of healthy advances.
Why Surging Clothing Prices Won't Drive U.S. Inflation for Long
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly declined in January.
Trump Budget Sees Jobless Rate Falling Without Inflation Boost