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The Commerce Department said on Tuesday the current account deficit fell 3.1 percent to $112.4 billion.
Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker also tells CNBC that getting a 2017 rate hike out of the way in March just "made sense."
Inflation has a lot of room to rise without creating worries about an overheated economy, the Fed's Neel Kashkari tells CNBC.
"It is a lot easier to screw young people than older people because they don't vote and we do," Kerrey tells CNBC.
President Trump's goals to reduce imports and boost manufacturing may run into snags in the web of trade flows.
The possibility of Janet Yellen's exit could lead the Fed to pull the trigger on downsizing its $4.5 trillion balance sheet, Goldman says.
Governors are worried that the GOP health care plan could hurt their budgets. Now muni bondholders can share those concerns.
"We think we should be offering more assistance than the bill currently does," Ryan tells Fox News Sunday
Mulvaney defended the administration's budget blueprint for not reducing the deficit, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump may begin his overhaul of the U.S. tax code as early as late spring, White House spokesman Sean Spicer told Ireland's Sunday Independent.
The world's financial leaders backtracked on past commitments to keep trade open and reject protectionism.
The U.S. continues to believe in free trade but wants to re-examine certain agreements and correct some excesses, Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin said.
The never-ending quest for the perfect apartment in New York City could be getting that much tougher, new data suggests.
Kashkari said in a statement the Fed should wait on raising rates until it publishes a detailed plan for how and when it will reduce its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.
U.S. factories cranked out more autos, steel and computers in February, the sixth straight monthly increase in manufacturing output.
Interviews with ship builders, unions, and a review of public and internal documents show major obstacles to President Trump's plan.
"There is an ongoing transition in Fed policy. This is a more confident Fed," the chief economic advisor at Allianz tells CNBC.
Minority Whip Steny Hoyer and Budget Committee Chair Diane Black offer differing views of President Trump's new spending proposal.
Sorely needed — and promised — spending on U.S. infrastructure could mean foreign companies take a slice of the pie.
Don't expect mass layoffs in IT even as the world's biggest companies move more of their workload to the cloud, Oracle's Mark Hurd says.
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