U.S. Government Shutdown Seen Causing Minor Hit to Broad Economy
Corporate America Is Wary About Economy But Not Panicking Yet
JPMorgan Economists See Promise and Pitfalls in Alternative Data
America’s partial government shutdown is depriving economists and analysts of their intellectual lifeblood: federal data.
Economic data is becoming an increasingly noticeable casualty of the partial U.S. government shutdown.
A gauge of U.S. manufacturing plunged last month by the most since October 2008, a fresh sign of deceleration in the economy.
U.S. employers probably capped a strong year of hiring with a gain just short of the average pace in 2018.
Growth in employment and wages are forecast to moderate in 2019.
Faltering Global Factories Add to 2019 Challenges for Central Banks
U.S. Pending Home Sales Post Surprise Drop as Market Struggles
The confidence index decreased to 128.1 from 136.4, according to a report Thursday from the New York-based Conference Boar.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s manufacturing gauge fell by a record as shipments and new orders weakened.
Home Price Gains in 20 U.S. Cities Slow for a Seventh Month
Fed Hasn’t Seen This Much Intra-Meeting Equity Pain Since 2008
Falling Wireless-Phone Prices Drag Down U.S. Inflation, Again
U.S. Productivity Posts Best Back-to-Back Quarters Since 2015
U.S. Capital-Equipment Orders Fall for Second Consecutive Month
U.S. Core Inflation Trails Estimates as Used-Car Prices Tumble
Used-Car Price Plunge in CPI Contrasts With U.S. Industry Data
Consumer Price Index inflation slowed to a 2.3 percent annual gain, the least since February and also below projections.
U.S. Producer Prices Increase for First Time in Three Months