U.S. manufacturing output rose for a second straight month in March, a sign of recovery from a long winter.» Read More
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Public-sector reductions at the local level have subtracted almost a quarter of a percentage point from annual GDP each of the past four years. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
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The argument for the Federal Reserve to introduce another round of stimulus, and its reasons for hesitation, can both be summarized by a single number: 3.53 percent, the average interest rate last week on a 30-year mortgage, the New York Times reports.
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The U.S. will make little progress tackling high unemployment before 2014 unless the Federal Reserve eases policy further, one of the central bank’s leading officials has warned in the run-up to a meeting next week where the option of “QE3” will be on the table. The FT reports.
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U.S. manufacturing output continued to expand in March, thawing out from the cold winter.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are hitting the road to trumpet $600 million in new competitive grants to spur job creation.
The Fed should try to make communications on the expected path of rates and the economy consistent with policy statements, a top official said.