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Interest rates still don't match the U.S.' economic performance, and that means there could be danger ahead, David Kelly said.
The Fed raised rates again, but the actions by two other central banks are the most important thing to watch right now, Bill Gross said.
The goal remains additional hikes, but the Fed is keeping its options open, says Lindsey Piegza.
The U.S. economy is on track to grow at a 0.8 percent annualized pace in the first quarter, following the latest jobs and retail sales data.
The broker-dealer operations at New York Stock Exchange member firms booked $17.3 billion in profits in 2016, the first increase since 2012.
For employers, an understanding of multiple languages and cultures is a marketable skill, NBC News reports.
This group is the lifeblood of the economy and the GOP health bill is leaving it cold, says Dustin McKissen.
It's the key to increasing economic growth by giving Americans better-paying jobs, a prominent investment banker and economist said.
After his very first jobs report in the White House, President Trump says those numbers aren't "phony" any longer.
A warm winter spurred hiring in the construction sector, so expect payback in the coming months, Jan Hatzius warns.
The numbers come amid heightened expectations for growth as the president pushes tax cuts, less regulation and higher domestic spending.
The Trump administration crackdown on unauthorized workers will make it hard to fulfill his promise to boost economic growth.
Here's the powerful new tactic lobbyists are using to the bitter fight against rising wages, says Christine Owens.
The term "animal spirits" describes how human emotion drives consumer confidence.
But that didn't stop Trump from taking a victory lap.
The markets are now at the mercy of the actions of the four major central banks, says Peter Boockvar.
This time, Trump celebrated the strong jobs numbers. Under Obama, he dismissed positive employment reports, Politico's Ben White says.
The unemployment rate was 4.7 percent in February, the Labor Department said Friday. But there's a lot more to the story that that one number.
Even IT workers are getting replaced by automation. Here's what you need to do to now, says Dennis Yang.
One of Trump's priorities is to expand the Navy. That likely means more jobs for shipbuilders after years of stagnation.
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