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A key measure of consumers' attitudes increased in September.
NBC News and PolitiFact fact-checked the first presidential debate and these are the results.
But, both Clinton and Trump presidencies would push the dollar higher, according to one analyst at BofA Merrill Lynch.
New U.S. single-family home sales fell less than expected in August, though prices fell and inventories rose.
OPEC producers could have a big impact on prices if they agreed to a production freeze, but it's unlikely they'll get it done at this week's meeting, according to a new CNBC Oil Survey.
After endless debate over the honesty of America's presidential candidates, voters on Monday night get 90 minutes of pure transparency.
A trader predicts that based on historical data, a post-election recession could be on the horizon.
Former president Bill Clinton talked to CNBC last week about his foundation, Hillary Clinton's campaign and free trade.
There's a definitive chill in the high end real estate market priced, yet there is still a "great deal of activity" in others, experts say.
Manufacturing activity fell more than expected in September, amid the weakest improvement in business conditions since June.
Tokyo has lost its grip on the yen, and a Fed hike may be the only solution for stopping the yen strength that's weighing on growth.
The widespread social unrest in Charlotte, as in other cities, stems from ongoing economic inequality along racial lines.
The first presidential debate Monday may be a near-term catalyst for stocks, if one candidate or other looks set to break out.
My bill will fix the budget process and eliminate the threat of government shutdowns, says Reid Ribble, Republican congressman from Wisconsin.
Home resales unexpectedly fell, crimped by a shortage of inventory that is boosting home prices faster than the pace of wage growth.
The Conference Board's Leading Economic Index for the United States declined 0.2 percent in August to 124.1.
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