US wholesale prices rose 0.3 percent in December, led higher by more expensive gas, food and cars. » Read More
Americans stepped up their auto buying and holiday shopping in December, reflecting a boost in confidence after the election and a solid increase in hourly pay. » Read More
Aggressive fiscal policies would raise inflation risks unless coupled with strategies to boost productivity or expand the labor market, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said. » Read More
Trump HUD nominee Ben Carson did promise to "not play favorites for anyone."
The St. Louis Fed president tells CNBC the 10-year yield is settling down, as markets look to Trump to deliver on growth promises.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's plans to slash taxes could threaten the country's triple-A credit rating over the medium term, Fitch said.
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted 247,000 for the week ended Jan. 7.
U.S. import prices rose in December, boosted by higher prices for petroleum products, but a strong dollar kept underlying imported inflation in subdued.
The former Clinton Treasury secretary and ex-Obama economic advisor blasts an analysis by top Trump advisors.
The Commerce Department said on Tuesday wholesale inventories rose 1.0 percent after slipping 0.1 percent in October. That was the largest increase since November 2014.
Economist had expected monthly job openings to be 5.56 million, according to Thomson Reuters.
Small business sentiment soared to a 12-year high in December, as business owners looked forward to much better business conditions.
China's leadership is debating responses to the president-elect and his proposed get-tough trade policies.
Consumers have been taking on more debt, and they are not paying it off every month.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers explains why Trump's tax proposals could be detrimental to the global economy.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren called for the Fed to step up its pace of rate increases from the once-a-year pattern it has pursued since 2015.
Northman's Sven Henrich believes the bull market is on its last legs, and a recession is soon to follow.
Payrolls grew by 156,000 in December, closing out a year in which employment growth moderated and the economy showed signs of entering a new phase.
The Labor Department says unemployment is at 4.7 percent, but there's more to the story than that one number.
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