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Employers cut fewer jobs in February than in January, but total layoffs remained high compared to a year ago as the energy sector slashed positions.
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Companies added 212,000 positions for the month, down from an upwardly revised 250,000 in January.
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U.S. consumer spending fell for a second straight month in January, as lower gasoline prices continued to weigh on receipts at service stations.
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The steady drop in the U.S. unemployment rate will lead the Fed to raise rates to ward off inflation, a forecaster said.
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St. Louis Fed President James Bullard tells CNBC the word "patient" should come out of the next Fed policy statement to give options for raising rates this summer.
The women's apparel retailer said Thursday it had cut jobs and will close about 120 stores by 2017.
Even with the wage increases the chain recently announced, workers often do not get enough hours to make ends meet, NYT reports.
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An earnings call with Target's chief financial officer John Mulligan announced changes in the week to come.
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Senate Banking Committee member Heidi Heitkamp tells CNBC that arguing interest rates with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is a futile effort.
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