MADRID, Sept 25- An EU court ruling defending the right of temporary workers in Spain to receive severance pay is fuelling calls from Spanish unions and politicians for one of Europe's most uneven labour markets to be fixed. Spain has the European Union's second-highest unemployment rate after Greece and its labour market is more reliant on temporary...
WASHINGTON, Sept 23- Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren said on Friday that he believed interest rates should be raised gradually now and warned that a fall in the unemployment rate below its sustainable level could derail economic recovery in the United States. Kansas City Fed President Esther George and Cleveland Fed President Loretta...
Here's what we know about how Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for their much-anticipated first debate.
Hillary Clinton adviser tells reporters how Clinton is preparing for Monday night's first debate with Donald Trump, NBC reports.
A White House staffer's email appears to have been hacked, leaking documents from the First Lady and the Secret Service. NBC News reports.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, (Calif.-R), weighs in on regulation and GOP unity.
Adam Posen, Peterson Institute for International Economics president weighs in on the trade war and its impact on the U.S.
Randy Kroszner, fmr. Fed governor & University of Chicago Booth School of Business professor of economics and CNBC’s Steve Liesman discuss the Fed leaving interest rates unchanged and an increased possibility of a hike by the end of the year.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on unemployment.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell, pointing to labor market strength that could pave the way for the Fed to raise rates this year.
A Fed rate hike this year isn't going to happen, despite the Fed's mixed signals, says Ron Insana.
At a news conference following the FOMC meeting, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks about the labor market.
President Obama strongly defended a globalized, interconnected world in his final speech at the United Nations on Tuesday, NBC News reports.
Deutsche Bank has detailed the case for optimism on the U.S. economy, suggesting the year 1986 might offer some reasons to be confident.
According to a business survey administered by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the state added 300 jobs in August. "On one hand, we get tremendous news like Pratt& Whitney's announcement of up to 8,000 new Connecticut jobs over the next decade," he said. " Pratt& Whitney, a jet engine maker, will hire 25,000 people worldwide over the next decade, and about one-third...
The Colin Powell hack, which may have been conducted by group with ties to Russia, makes everyone vulnerable, The New York Times reports.
Donald Trump mocked a black pastor in Flint, Michigan on Thursday and falsified a story about visit to her congregation, NBC News reports.
ATHENS, Greece— Unemployment in bailout-dependent Greece dropped to 23.1 percent between April and June, down from nearly 25 percent in the first quarter but still the worst jobless rate in the European Union. After Greece's public finances fell apart in early 2010 and the country signed the first of three multi-billion euro bailouts, unemployment hit levels...
But initial claims for unemployment benefits last week were slightly higher than the previous week.
LONDON, Sept 14- Britain's labor market showed little sign of taking a hit immediately after the country's Brexit vote as the unemployment rate held steady and job creation rose in the three months to July, according to official data. The number of people in work rose by 174,000, taking the employment rate to a new record high of 74.5 percent, the Office for...