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A monthly index of signed sales contracts to buy existing homes rose 5.5 percent in February and was up 2.6 percent from a year earlier.
Homebuyers are trickling back into the mortgage market, but not enough to offset the steep and steady drop in refinance business.
Republicans should pursue a "more traditional" approach to corporate tax reform, Sen. Rob Portman tells CNBC.
One of the Federal Reserve's most consistent supporters of low interest rates said he supports further rate hikes this year.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer made his comments in an exclusive interview on CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Tuesday.
"The scope, the timing and the contents of fiscal policy remain pretty uncertain, and we are just going to have to wait and see," Powell said.
Economists expected the index to hit 114 in March, according to Reuters.
The U.S. goods trade deficit narrowed sharply in February, which could prompt economists to raise their estimates for first-quarter gross domestic product.
The index, which measures all nine U.S. census divisions, found that home prices rose 5.9 percent year over year in January.
Four in five bankers believe AI will "revolutionise" the way in which banks gather information as well as how they interact with their clients.
Industrial robots have had "large and robust negative effects" on employment and wages, a new paper shows according to Buzzfeed.
U.S. President Donald Trump touted Ford's expected announcement later on Tuesday about investments and jobs at its U.S. plants.
The rate may need to be 28 percent so the president’s plan is tax neutral. When Barack Obama proposed that figure, repeatedly, Republicans called it too high.
The U.S. is headed for a recession in the next two years as excessive fiscal stimulus takes the economy into unsustainable territory.
Chicago Fed. President Evans said Monday that inflation looks "well on its way" to reaching economic objectives.
As policymakers battle over President Trump's economic initiatives, they won't have to worry about the U.S. becoming a deadbeat — yet.
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