WASHINGTON, July 26- U.S. consumer confidence held steady in July and new single-family home sales hit their highest level in nearly 8-1/ 2 years in June, suggesting sustained momentum in the economy. The largely unchanged data followed Britain's stunning vote last month to leave the European Union, which rattled global financial markets and led to a dip in other...
Consumers were feeling a bit more optimistic than expected in July, as a key economic indicator held gains from June.
CNBC’s Rick Santelli has the latest numbers on the economy including consumer confidence and new home sales.
A key measure of consumers' attitudes was lower so far this month, as high-income consumers digested Brexit.
Brooks Macdonald CIO, Kevin Boscher talks about his concerns over emerging markets, and what three distinct factors could be problematic for the countries involved.
Thanos Vamvakidis, head of G10 FX at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses U.K. consumer confidence, which has dropped to a 21-year low.
Richard Cordray discussed his past five years as director of the CFPB and how he plans to spend his next five.
Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, talks about the global bond market with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Oil is seeing a rebound at a time of year oil usually rallies, with Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy, and Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial.
Consumers were feeling more optimistic than expected in June, according to a survey released Tuesday.
Consumers had a slightly dimmer view of the economy prior to Friday's stock market rout.
Zev Spiro, CEO of Orips Research, discusses where gold is heading in relation to treasury bond prices based on his technical analysis.
Zev Spiro, CEO of Orips Research, says gold could be due for major gains once this key level is hit.
Peter Boockvar, Chief Investment Analyst with the Lindsey Group, says gold stands to benefit following missteps from today's global economic leaders.
Peter Boockvar, Chief Market Analyst for the Lindsey Group, says investors should focus on a Brexit, not the Fed, as the key catalyst for a global financial panic.
One key report on Friday afternoon could be interesting for markets.
Consumer attitudes are stable so far this month, as they weigh better wages against more uncertain feelings about the U.S. economy.
CNCB's Rick Santelli with breaking data on the Consumer Confidence Index.
Consumers were feeling less optimistic for the second month in a row, new data said Tuesday.
Revised first quarter GDP is on the calendar Friday, but it's Fed Chair Janet Yellen that traders are waiting for.