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U.S. consumer prices jumped as gasoline and rents rose, pointing to a steady inflation build-up that could give the Fed ammunition to raise rates.
U.S. factory output expanded in April, a sign that the country's manufacturing sector was resisting the downward pull from sputtering global growth.
U.S. housing starts rose more than expected in April as builders ramped up the construction of single and multifamily homes.
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The Fed should consider raising rates at its June meeting, Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker told the Washington Post.
Manufacturing activity in New York State unexpectedly slumped in May, a New York Federal Reserve survey showed on Monday.
The U.S. economic outlook is "definitely looking good," San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams said on Friday.
U.S. business inventories rose as automobile stocks recorded their biggest increase since 2013.
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Consumers were feeling more optimistic this month, as expectations for future growth hit highs for the year.
U.S. producer prices rose in April as energy prices increased.
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One strategist is maintaining his fairly optimistic outlook despite the looming risks of certain events in the early summer.
U.S. retail sales surged, suggesting the economy was regaining momentum after growth almost stalled in the first quarter.
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The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose, touching the highest level in more than a year.
U.S. import prices rose in April for a second straight month as the cost of petroleum products and a range of other goods increased.
The Federal Reserve's current 'wait and see' approach to monetary policy is appropriate, a Fed policymaker said on Monday.
The number of Americans filing for benefits jumped last week, but the underlying trend continued to point to a strengthening labor market.
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