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Prices paid by businesses for goods and services fell unexpectedly in February, a potential sign of a weak recovery.
The number of new U.S. jobless claims fell to a new three month low, suggesting a strengthening labor market.
U.S. and European negotiators open a fourth round of high-stakes trade talks this week, and there are lots of disagreements.
The number of new claims for unemployment benefits hit a three-month low last week, while productivity fell short of expectations.
The services sector index fell last month, its worst read since February 2010 as bad weather impacted business activity.
The U.S. economy created fewer private sector jobs in Feburary, ADP reported on Wednesday, as pervasive cold weather restrained hiring.
U.S. consumer spending rose strongly in January, with income gains keeping pace during the month.
Realtors blame rough winter weather on flat home sales, however the west saw a drop in pending home sales and signed contracts and weather isn't an issue there. CNBC's Diana Olick digs deeper into the data.
Amid harsh weather that battered much of the US, signed contracts to buy existing homes held steady last month, according to the National Association of Realtors.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose marginally in February even as concerns about the extreme weather persisted.
The U.S. slashed its estimate for fourth-quarter growth as consumer spending and exports were less robust than initially thought.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Thursday that harsh winter weather may have had an impact on recent economic data and reiterated her stance that accomodative monetary policy should remain appropriate for some time.
The number of U.S. jobless claims rose last week, but the underlying trend suggested no shift in labor market conditions.
U.S. single-family home prices ended 2013 on a strong note, soaring by more than 13 percent.
Ben Bernanke, who stepped down last month after eight years as chairman of the Federal Reserve, is planning a memoir.
This year's severe winter weather in the U.S. could easily add up to one of the top five costliest since 1980, causing over $1.5 billion in insured losses so far.
Detroit's emergency manager filed a plan for emerging from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
U.S. home resales fell more than expected in January, hit an 18 month-low as cold weather and lack of housing stock sidelined buyers.
The number of Americans filing for new unemployment claims fell last week, pointing to improving jobs markets.
U.S. housing starts recorded their biggest drop in almost three years in January, weighed down by harsh weather.