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Sales unexpectedly fell in June as households cut back on auto purchases and other goods, which could raise concerns the economy is slowing again.
The IMF trimmed down its global economic growth for 2015 from 3.5 percent to 3.3 percent on Thursday.
U.S. small business confidence fell in June to its lowest level in more than a year amid expectations of weaker profits and a softening labor market.
As the Fed minutes showed, worries about Greece could serve as another reason for the central bank to keep short-term rates at crises levels.
Fed officials struck a dovish tone in their most recent discussions, while at the same time setting the groundwork for future rate hikes.
DoubleLine's CEO still believes the Fed is unlikely to raise rates this year, given the Greece and Puerto Rico crises and China's market slump.
The U.S. labor market added 5.4 million job openings in May, little changed from the previous month, the BLS reported Tuesday.
Mortgage volume regained almost exactly what it lost the previous week, as interest rates stopped climbing.
The U.S. trade deficit widened in May, fueled by a drop in exports that could heighten concerns over weak overseas demand and a strong U.S. dollar.
U.S. services sector expansion eased for a third straight month in June, pressured by a slowdown in employment and output growth, a report showed.
The IRS has proposed reducing the size of the slot machine winning that will trigger a tax form. That could be bad news for both gamblers and casinos.
China's top brokerages said that they would collectively invest $19.3 billion to help stabilize the country's markets.
Greek voters are torn on taking the bailout, with the 'yes' camp only marginally outweighing the 'no' voters, a poll showed.
Amid a big era for consolidation in the health insurance sector, will the M&A wave spur more deals?
Evaluating the June jobs report depended heavily on point of view.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks the U.S. economy is "counterintuitive."
New Jersey is a "wonderful window" into world credit problems, said market-watcher Jim Grant, a day after Gov. Christie announced a presidential run.
Private companies in June created positions at the fastest clip this year, indicating a thaw in the labor market as summer began.
U.S. franchise job gains bounced back in June from a 14-month low in May, ADP said Wednesday.
The number of planned layoffs announced by U.S.-based companies ticked up nearly 10 percent in June from the previous month.