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Call them the unrecovered—a handful of states where job markets, nine years later, are still struggling back to where they were before the recession.
The election of President Trump stands as the third-biggest source of uncertainty in the history of the Economic Policy Uncertainty Index.
Trump's picks for the Federal Reserve could be his most important appointments to date, David Beckworth writes in the National Review.
UBS economists are now penciling in a rate hike by the Fed in June, followed by one in September, the firm said in a note Wednesday.
Prospects were further boosted by other data on Thursday showing a sharp acceleration in factory activity in the mid-Atlantic region this month.
Here's what will shake the markets even more than Trump's mounting troubles, says Michael Pento.
Mnuchin is expected to say that the Trump administration wants to reduce regulations on community banks.
U.S. President Donald Trump is unlikely to be impeached anytime soon, but the current political turmoil will derail his pro-growth agenda, Nomura said in a research note Wednesday.
The existence of the document comes as no surprise to those who know the former FBI director, says a former Justice Department official
Kashkari is a voting member this year on the U.S. central bank's policy committee, and in March was the lone dissenter.
The multinational coworking company want to impress start-up culture on corporate offices, Curbed reports.
I'm introducing a tax bill this week that will cut the red tape and help businesses grow, says Sen. John Thune.
Too much focus on geopolitical events in the past year may be leading to investors missing out on the chance to make profit.
After a decade that saw a recession lead into historically low growth, a large swath of investors believes conditions are just about right.
President Trump's latest self-inflicted damage is costing his administration the support of his own party.
Steve Eisman is now betting on individual stocks mostly rising in a relatively healthy financial market.
American industry expanded production last month at the fastest pace in more than three years as manufacturers and mines recovered from a March downturn.
Construction of new homes fell for a second straight month in April, pushing activity to the lowest point in five months.
Amid the frenzy surrounding US President Donald Trump’s abrupt firing of FBI Directory James Comey last week, you may have missed another alarm bell ringing from the Oval Office with more tangible implications for investors.
An explosive report from the Washington Post could add fuel to the fire "to those harboring doubts as to Trump's fitness to be president," said one expert.
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