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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."
The markets have a lot of catching up to do, and until the Fed sees excess, the bull will keep running, strategist Bob Doll says.
The next two years could see a struggle between Trump's pro-growth agenda and tightening monetary policy, Peter Boockvar says.
President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order as early as Monday stating his intention to renegotiate the free trade agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico, a White House official told NBC News.
Philadephia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker said he expects three interest rate increases in 2017 if the labor market improves.
The number of Americans filing initial claims for unemployment benefits fell unexpectedly last week back to near the lowest levels in decades.
Business activity in U.S. Mid-Atlantic region at strongest level in over two years, says Philadelphia Federal Reserve.
U.S. homebuilding rebounded more than expected in December, suggesting that the housing market contributed to economic growth in the fourth quarter.
"You can't sit on your hands," James Gorman tells CNBC from Davos.
The bond market is worried that if Donald Trump succeeds in stimulating the economy, it could mean he will clash with the Fed.
China and the United States can resolve any trade disputes through talks, the government said on Thursday, as a Chinese newspaper warned U.S. business could be targets for retaliation in any trade war ushered in by President-elect Donald Trump.
The bank chief tells CNBC that the economy could grow up to 4 percent this year with the right policies from Donald Trump.
Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan on Wednesday said that any new fiscal policies must take into account rising public debt.
The billionaire investor said that as Commerce secretary, he would be open to trade on conditions that are favorable to U.S. interests.
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