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Home prices are still higher compared to last year, but now, suddenly, it looks as if values could actually go negative on a national level.
The number of U.S. job openings rose last month to the highest level since January 2001, the Labor Department said Tuesday.
One thing experts can agree on: Consumers will remain cautious when opening their wallets this holiday.
Some economists warn the risks of a full-blown Chinese banking crisis are rising. If it happens, the impact would be felt around the world.
It's not just about financial stability, says UBS investment chief Simon Smiles. Here's what the IMF should really focus on at its meeting this week.
According to GasBuddy, 10 percent of the nation's gas stations are now selling gasoline at less than $3 a gallon.
Guess what? While you were waiting for the Fed to hike rates, monetary policy was already getting tighter, says Ron Insana. Here's why.
Media reports on the Hong Kong protests are focusing on democracy but here's the real issue, says Dan Steinbock.
Economic growth in the East Asia Pacific region will outpace growth in developed nations, according to a World Bank economic update.
New York and California may be the richest states, but when it comes to charity, they're not even among the top 25. A look at who tops the list, and why.
Friday's jobs report was good. But was it really that good? Questions remain over whether the headline rate is still a useful gauge of jobs market health.
It is probably time for the White House to give up on the idea the president will get much credit for the economy, Politico's Ben White says.
The U.S. services sector retreated in September to its lowest level in three months but employment hit a nine-year high.
Friday's jobs report is unlikely to change the Fed's zero-rate policy but it may be bad news for Democrats, a panel of economic analysts told CNBC on Friday.
Job growth bounced back, with the U.S. economy creating 248,000 fresh positions. The unemployment rate fell to 5.9%.
The U.S. Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate hit 5.8 percent in October, but does that rate tell the real story?
The pace of growth in the U.S. services sector dipped for a third straight month in September, although the services employment picture improved, a survey showed on Friday.
The Fed's third round of bond buying had a better-than-expected impact on the jobs market, the Fed official said, urging the central bank to move faster on hiking rates.
The world's largest economy's trade deficit narrowed unexpectedly in August, due in large part to a record surge in petroleum exports.
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNBC he's concerned about how longer-term rates would react to short-term tightening.
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