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U.S. consumer prices moderated in April on weak gasoline prices, but rising shelter and medical care costs boosted underlying inflation pressures.
The Fed meeting minutes are so detailed and such a central focus for investors and media that policy debates may be hindered, a top Fed official said.
Investors should "ignore the noise" surrounding GDP data and instead look at factors like employment, economists told CNBC.
A historic divergence between the record-setting Dow industrials and the Dow transports has caught the eye of traders as a potential warning for stocks.
Those having a hard time finding growth in the U.S. economy are looking in the wrong places.
Wall Street investors and the Federal Reserve are both dismissing this possibility, Jim Paulsen said.
The Fed said that it would not provide explicit guidance about when rates would go up but then said that rates were unlikely to go up in June.
An indicator of U.S. economic activity jumped in April, widely surpassing analyst expectations.
U.S. home resales fell in April as tight inventories pushed prices higher, giving caution on the strength of the housing market.
Growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector slowed during May, with new orders increasing at their slowest pace since January 2014.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose slightly more than expected last week.
A new story shows the wealth gap widening among countries in the developing world.
College students can expect to find more jobs this summer, and get better pay, according to a new survey.
The HSBC flash Purchasing Managers' Index came in at 49.1, worse than expected and reinforcing views of more monetary stimulus to come.
The jobs landscape will change dramatically thanks to new technology, which will push out some jobs while creating others, experts said.
As Los Angeles moves to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, a key question now is which other large cities might follow suit and hike pay.
The government agency charged with calculating the nation's growth rate is acknowledging problems with its numbers and pledging a series of fixes.
Politicians need to act decisively to revive the economy, says Dan Alpert of Westwood Capital.
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