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President Donald Trump's labor nominee is also facing questions about how he would back up American workers when his record provides few clues.
U.S. home resales fell in February amid a persistent shortage of houses on the market that is pushing up prices and sidelining potential buyers.
The run-up in U.S. real estate prices could potentially amplify any future economic downturn, a Federal Reserve official said on Tuesday.
Earnings fell from $2.51 a share a year earlier, while revenue climbed from $12.7 billion.
Spicer said Tuesday the "real indicators" are things like job creation and businesses bringing their operations back to the U.S.
The Fed's latest rate hike will affect most credit cards within the next one or two billing cycles, NBC News reports.
About 2.5 million U.S. jobs are directly dependent on visiting foreign tourists, Sorenson tells CNBC.
A new president who lost the popular vote and labors under historically low approval ratings faces real danger that things will get worse.
New rules on S&P 500 market capitalization took effect Monday, affecting the inclusion of six stocks.
President Trump's goals to reduce imports and boost manufacturing may run into snags in the web of trade flows.
Taiwan's TSMC, the world's largest contract chipmaker, said it would take a decision next year on whether to build a U.S. chip plant.
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris spoke with CNBC about how the U.S. can "regain footing."
This week lacks some of the obvious headline grabbers we've seen so far in March, but there's still plenty for investors to contemplate.
One of the Street's top strategists believes the bull market isn't on its last legs just yet.
Volkmar Denner, CEO at Bosch, talked global trade with CNBC at the China Development Forum.
The possibility of Janet Yellen's exit could lead the Fed to pull the trigger on downsizing its $4.5 trillion balance sheet, Goldman says.
The world's largest asset firm sees a risk in today's rising interest rate environment — one which could create losses investors.
Governors are worried that the GOP health care plan could hurt their budgets. Now muni bondholders can share those concerns.
Donald Trump wasted little time Friday warning German Chancellor Angela Merkel that trade relations with one of America's biggest export markets may be up for review.
The head of an investment managers industry group says the order to delay implementation of fiduciary rule will not only hurt investors but also their advisors.
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