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There is a "global synchronous recovery" taking place and it has Wall Street analysts feeling bullish.
Protectionism will not add to American jobs or raise wages, on the whole, says New York Times' Eduardo Porter.
Mark Zuckerberg recently visited Alaska, where he said basic income makes a lot of sense and gives residents a social safety net.
The U.S. economy is plodding along at the same modest rate it has for the last eight years, N.Y. Times reports.
Two major changes in the mortgage market go into effect this month, and both could help millions more borrowers qualify for a home loan.
A downturn in car sales after two record years is prompting companies to scale back domestic production, particularly for smaller vehicles. NYT reports.
The Small Business Jobs Index decreased 0.24 percent to 100.10 in June.
We're still in the early innings of earnings season, but so far the results have been promising.
Economists expected the University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index to hit 94.5 in June, according to Thomson Reuters.
When President Donald Trump officially embarked upon his presidential career in January, deafening whispers began to circulate around Washington that it soon could spell the end of another highly prized title: that of Federal Reserve chair.
The U.S. Federal Reserve should defer on its rate hike agenda until concrete reforms emerge from Washington, according to one of its key policy makers.
Axios reports that President Donald Trump's White House is "hell-bent" on imposing tariffs.
Americans enjoyed a healthy increase in income last month but didn't spend much of the gain.
A key reading on the regional view of the national economy in May came in much stronger than expected on Friday.
The economy slowed less sharply in the first quarter than initially estimated due to unexpectedly higher consumer spending and a bigger jump in exports.
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 240,000 in the most recent week, down from the 241,000 claims reported in the previous week.
The Consumer Confidence Index rose in June to 118.9, despite expectations for it to drop, The Conference Board announced Tuesday.
US economy needs tax reform, infrastructure spending and better regulations to make sure benefits hit everyone, according to the IMF.
The data from S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller show home price growth has dipped from last month.
Central banks will find themselves stuck with slow growth over the long-term unless authorities do something decisive to turn things around, a U.S. central banker warned.
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