U.S. Government Shutdown Seen Causing Minor Hit to Broad Economy
U.S. Manufacturing Production Increases by Most in 10 Months
More -- not less -- information is needed to assess if the economy faces bigger-than-anticipated risks.
U.S. Core Producer Prices Unexpectedly Fall; First Drop in Year
Economic data is becoming an increasingly noticeable casualty of the partial U.S. government shutdown.
It’s the best U.S. job market in decades, and Donald Trump is clearly proud of it. But how much responsibility he can claim?
The U.S. filings for unemployment benefits fell to a four-week low even amid a partial federal government shutdown.
The number of openings remains near a record, signalling employers continue to seek workers at a healthy pace.
The U.S. job market delivered a blowout performance in December.
U.S. employers added the most workers in 10 months, reflecting a robust job market that nevertheless faces mounting risks in 2019.
Firms in U.S. Hired Most Workers Since Early 2017, ADP Says
U.S. filings for unemployment benefits hovers near an almost five-decade low, reflecting a robust job market.
The confidence index decreased to 128.1 from 136.4, according to a report Thursday from the New York-based Conference Boar.
Bond Market Naysayers Are at Odds With Powell's Inflation Positivity
Consumers Increasingly Prop Up a U.S. Economy That's Set to Slow Down
U.S. Consumer Spending Tops Forecasts as Inflation Data Mixed
U.S. Business-Equipment Orders Show Third Drop in Four Months
U.S. Offshore Repatriated Cash Fell Almost 50% in the Third Quarter
Greenspan Says Politics Today Are Unlike Any He’s Seen
U.S. Housing Starts Top Forecasts, Permits Rise to Seven-Month High
U.S. Homebuilder Sentiment Tumbles to Weakest in Three Years