U.S. Retail Sales Top Estimates as Core Measure Up Most in Year
The report is the latest signal of weakness as the economy approaches its longest-ever expansion.
The amount of worldwide public and private debt is equal to about 225 percent of gross domestic product.
Jobless claims dropped to 206,000 in the week ended Dec. 8, below the 226,000 median estimate.
American Firms See Growth in 2019 Despite Headwinds From Tariffs
The U.S.’s monthly deficit in goods and services with the world reached its highest level in a decade in October.
Cooling in U.S. Labor Market Arrives a Bit Earlier Than Expected
U.S. payrolls, wages rose by less than forecast in November while the unemployment rate held at the lowest in almost five decades.
Companies Added U.S. Workers at Slower Pace Last Month, ADP Says
U.S. Service Industries Expand at Near-Record Pace in November
Investors primed for moderation in the U.S. labour market may be surprised by the strength of November jobs report.
The central bank’s Beige Book economic report pointed to modest to moderate growth in most regions.
Risks to U.S. Economy Linger With Trade Truce Prolonging Uncertainty
U.S. Manufacturing Gauge Tops Estimates as Jobs, Orders Rebound
Sexual Harassment in Workplace Is Seen Differently by Men, Women
Senators Blame Trump's Tariffs and Corporate Greed for GM Cuts
U.S. Consumer Spending Picks Up While Inflation Below Forecast
Jobless Claims in U.S. Hit Six-Month High During Holiday Week
All regional divisions in U.S. showed declines, adding to signs the housing market is cooling amid rising costs of homeownership.
U.S. Consumer Confidence Cooled This Month From 18-Year High
Weak Investment Leads Signs of Cooling Momentum in U.S. Economy