U.S. consumer expectations for the economy dimmed for a fourth time in five months.
Amazon won the last approval it was seeking for an incentive plan that helped lure the company to Northern Virginia.
The upbeat assessments may signal the housing industry is shaking off a series of downbeat reports from across the sector.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose by more than expected as optimism picked up for incomes and economy.
The first Federal Reserve regional manufacturing gauge for March came in at the lowest level in almost two years
Ross Defends Citizenship Question on 2020 Census
U.S. Small Business Gauge Snaps Longest Losing Streak Since 1998
U.S. hiring was the weakest in more than a year while wage gains were the fastest of the expansion and the unemployment rate fell.
Pelosi Says Trump Willing to Work With Her on Infrastructure
U.S. Small-Business Job Creation Is at Record But Hiring Plans Drop
U.S. Companies Added 183,000 Workers in February, ADP Data Show
U.S. Services Gauge Tops Forecasts in Sign of Economic Health
U.S. Factory Gauge Falls to Two-Year Low as Output, Orders Cool
Amazon Friction Rises in Virginia While Cuomo Woos Bezos to Return to Queens
U.S. Consumer Comfort Rises as Personal Finance Outlook Improves
Month-Late GDP Data to Detail Where the U.S. Economy Is Losing Steam
U.S. Pending Home Sales Top Forecasts in January
U.S. consumer confidence improved in February, topping all forecasts and snapping a three-month losing streak.
U.S. Economic Expectations Jump Most Since 2008 After the Shutdown
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Sentiment among U.S. homebuilders rose in February for a second month, exceeding all forecasts.