A strong labor market, lower taxes and improved finances are providing support to demand for housing.
U.S. Manufacturing Production Rose for Second Month in July
Home Depot Bounces Back From Rare Slowdown With Strong Quarter
U.S. Consumer Prices Rise in July; Annual Core Tops Forecast
U.S. July Wholesale Prices Stagnated as Service Costs Fell
Consumer Credit in U.S. Rose Less Than Estimated in June
U.S. Jobs Engine Keeps Humming While Wage Pickup Stays Elusive
The trade gap widened 7.3 percent to $46.3 billion from a revised $43.2 billion in the prior month.
Service Industries in U.S. Expand at Slowest Pace in 11 Months
U.S. unemployment benefits filings were little changed last week, hovering close to a five-decade low.
Companies in U.S. Added 219,000 Workers in July, ADP Data Show
Growing uncertainties after Trump’s escalating trade tariffs, manufacturers are shifting productions overseas.
Euro-Area Factories Put on the Brakes in July Amid Trade Qualms
As U.S. escalates its trade war, American manufacturing suffered the consequences as orders fall to their lowest in over a year.
U.S. Consumer Spending Stayed Solid in June Amid Income Growth
U.S. Consumer Spending Grows Solidly, Inflation Makes Progress
U.S. Employment Costs Increase From Year Ago by Most Since 2008
Gains in consumer, and business demand fueled the American economy’s 4.1 percent growth in the second quarter.
Trump called the data “amazing” and “very sustainable.”
U.S. home buyers are getting squeezed by rising mortgage rates and by prices climbing about twice as fast as incomes
U.S. purchases of new homes fell in June to the slowest pace in eight months.