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WASHINGTON— The Conference Board releases its September index on U.S. consumer confidence at 10 a.m. Eastern on Tuesday. The U.S. Commerce Department reported Monday that consumer spending rose a healthy 0.4 percent in August from July. China's economy, the world's second-biggest, is slowing, damaging the emerging market countries that sell the Chinese raw...
Major business and economic events scheduled for Tuesday:. WASHINGTON— Standard& Poor's releases S&P/Case-Shiller index of home prices for July, 9 a.m. Eastern time. WASHINGTON— The Conference Board releases the Consumer Confidence Index for September, 10 a.m..
WASHINGTON— Worries about the global economy pushed American consumers' spirits to the lowest level in almost a year, the University of Michigan reported Friday. On Thursday, heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar, hurt by China's slowdown, announced it would cut up to 10,000 jobs through 2018.. The Michigan index hit a low of 55.3 in November 2008, in the...
The University of Michigan says consumers lost confidence for the third straight month in September, worried about bad news about the global economy.
Dennis Gartman makes his bullish case for gold with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
William de Vijlder, chief economist at BNP Paribas, comments on consumer confidence data out of Germany.
Long Fed foe Peter Schiff took a victory lap on CNBC’s “Futures Now” Tuesday, days after Fed chair Janet Yellen announced she would leave interest rates unchanged.
Chase economist Anthony Chan explains why the market’s reaction to the Fed on Thursday will all depend on guidance. Gives his case for a December rate hike.
WASHINGTON, Sept 11- U.S. consumer sentiment hit its lowest in a year in early September and producer prices were flat in August, signaling moderate economic growth and tame inflation that could weigh on the Federal Reserve's decision whether to hike interest rates next week. Sentiment was likely undermined by recent stock market volatility amid worries over...
Sept 11- U.S. stock index futures were lower on Friday as jittery investors await a decision on rate hike by the U.S. *Stocks have been volatile for the past few weeks since China devalued its currency in August and the impact of a slowdown in the region on global growth rattled investors. *The University of Michigan will release its consumer sentiment index at 10 a.m....
While all eyes watch to see if the Fed will hike rates next week, Deutsche Bank economist Joe LaVorgna explains why he believes Janet Yellen could push the decision to October.
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Wells Fargo technician Gina Martin Adams details the similarities between today’s market environment and that of the late 1990s.
Technician Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners explains why moves in the dollar and the yen could be important signals for stocks.
Top technician Louise Yamada sees some troubling signs in the chart of the S&P 500, says the six-year market advance is now over.
*Consumer spending rises 0.3 percent in July. WASHINGTON, Aug 28- U.S. consumer spending rose in July as households stepped up automobile purchases, offering further evidence of strength in the economy that could keep the door open to a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year. The Commerce Department said consumer spending, which accounts for more than...
U.S. consumer sentiment came in lower in August, missing expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
Strategist James Paulsen explains why the collapse in commodities could be signaling an improving economic picture.
*New home sales increase 5.4 percent in July. WASHINGTON, Aug 25- U.S. consumer confidence hit a seven-month high in August and new single-family home sales rebounded in July, suggesting underlying strength in the economy that could still allow the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year. They are so close, they need just a little more confirmation, "said...
According to Euro Pacific Capital’s Peter Schiff, America is “teetering on the brink of recession.”