Diana Olick discusses the latest report from Trulia on how 34% of homes have recovered to their pre-recession price levels.
Price gains during the last housing boom were juiced almost entirely by an incredibly loose mortgage lending market that no longer exists.
Investors' focus should be set not on interest rates but on forecasts for the U.S. economy when the Fed meets.
Consumer spending was unchanged in March for a second straight month and the overall monthly inflation rate fell for the first time in a year.
The Commerce Department says the gross domestic product, the total output of goods and services, grew by just 0.7 percent in the first quarter following a gain of 2.1 percent in the fourth quarter.
The selfie could be the key to a more politically engaged electorate, according to one technology company aiming to make the voting system more secure.
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The central bank's plans to begin trimming its $4.5 trillion balance sheet as soon as this year do not alter his view of the appropriate rate hike path.
Fear of falling into debt keeps many young people from applying for credit cards, but managed, they are key to long-term financial health.
Employment levels in the world’s most developed economies are yet to return to pre-crisis norms, despite displaying “stable” growth, according to the OECD.
President Trump’s spending reform agenda could turn out to be a “recipe for disaster” and a major risk to the economy, says NYU professor Edward Altman.
Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services and CNBC contributor, reports the latest read on personal income and spending.
U.S. consumer spending barely rose in February amid delays in the payment of income tax refunds.
South African President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Gordhan to return immediately from an investor roadshow to Britain and the U.S.
The Bank of England (BOE) will test the risks associated with sterling dropping by a further 32 percent from today's level to languish at a low of 85 cents by year-end.
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CNBC.com takes a look at the top 10 U.S.-based corporations based on their latest market capitalizations.
The global economy is expected to grow around 3.5 percent in 2018 compared to 3 percent in 2016, but the modest recovery may be derailed, the OECD warned.
U.K. households are set to be £5,000 ($6,138) worse off in the next five years as they face a period of wage stagnation unseen in 60 years.