Realtors are celebrating a small but noticeable uptick in buying among millennials.
U.S. consumer sentiment cooled from a 13-year high in November.
Puerto Rico Loses Most Workers in 21 Years After Hurricane
Americans are enjoying solid job opportunities and stock-market gains that have boosted wealth.
Data shows that Powell’s initial years as Fed chairman could be accompanied by slow economic growth.
Growth in U.S. Service Industries Is Strongest Since 2005
Consumer Comfort in U.S. Advances to Seven-Week High on Finances
Exports have also rebounded this year as companies take advantage of a weak U.S. dollar.
Home values continue to increase steadily as buyers compete for a limited supply of available homes.
U.S. Consumer Sentiment Rises to Highest Since Early 2004
U.S. Goods-Trade Gap Widens to Four-Month High as Imports Rise
U.S. Consumer Comfort Little Changed; Partisan Divide Widens
Another sign global growth is picking up, more synchronized.
U.S. Economic Expectations Sour in October; Weekly Comfort Rises
Rebound in homebuilders’ confidence to a 5 month high indicates post hurricanes concern.
The Smartest Americans are Heading West as Computer Chips Replace Cow Chips
Consumer Sentiment in U.S. Unexpectedly Surges to 13-Year High
U.S. Census `Urgently' Needs Another $3.3 Billion, Ross Says
The impact of two major hurricanes continued to weigh on U.S. consumer attitude.
Trump Warned Intellectual Property Probe Risks China Trade War
Trump might nominate Warsh for his solid family connections, not his foresight.