Household debt in the U.S. totals a staggering $12.58 trillion, a level not seen since 2008, according to the New York Federal Reserve. » Read More
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Jobless claims rose more than expected last week, but the underlying trend remained consistent with tightening labor market conditions.
Trump will draw on his roots as a "leveraged New York City real estate speculator," the Grant's Interest Rate Observer founder tells CNBC.
Fresh data highlight the challenges Trump faces in boosting the pace of U.S. GDP growth.
President Trump is moving ahead on a multibillion-dollar border wall. How much will it really cost, and is it worth the money?
Multinationals like Dow Chemical are pro-trade, but fair trade that levels the global playing field, Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris says.
Many of President Donald Trump's changes face an uncertain path of legislative, legal, and logistical obstacles before they hit their intended goals. NBCNews reports.
"You don't want to irritate one of your largest buyers," says one economist in Missouri, "and that's got everybody on edge right now."
Rising interest rates are only part of the problem for the stock market and the economy going forward, says Michael Pento.
Lowering taxes to encourage economic growth is the best way to tackle budget deficits, Douglas Elliman chairman Howard Lorber tells CNBC.
Mario Gabelli shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
The American economy is still the "greatest place to keep capital on a global basis," the Gamco founder tells CNBC.
The next economic recession will come about in early 2019, economist Ed Yardeni says.
Across the South, 50 unconfirmed tornadoes were reported from Thursday to Sunday and wreaked havoc. NBC reports.
Industry, mobility, taxes and immigration are four things the United States should be proud of, former Bush 43 economist Ed Lazear says.
Manufacturing will never see a job surge like in the 1950s again, but repatriated jobs will have major economic benefits, Scott Paul says.
By reversing a cut to insurance on government-backed mortgages, the Trump administration may have discouraged homebuyers, say officials.
Cramer says if you're a company looking to cut costs by moving abroad, think again.
President Donald Trump has to come up with a "financing plan," billionaire real estate developer Richard Lefrak tells CNBC.
Housing has been a pillar of growth, but weak business investment has been the economy's biggest drag for nearly two years, reports USA Today.
Trump repeated his campaign pledges to roll back rules on companies, arguing that they have "gotten out of control."
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