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The Commerce Department said new home sales increased 6.1 percent to a rate of 592,000 units last month, the highest level since July 2016.
The outcome of a vote on U.S. health-care reform scheduled for Thursday evening is likely to be largely influenced by another vote in 18 months.
The number of Americans filing for benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but remained below a level associated with a strengthening labor market.
Here's why the GOP appears to be coming up short on a bill to repeal and replace key portions of Obamacare.
The Fed is on a course of rising rates but there is one thing that could pump the brakes, says NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun.
Tightening monetary policy against fiscal gridlock does not paint a pretty picture.
The fate of "repeal and replace" means a few very important things to Wall Street, says Ron Insana.
Money manager Michael Pento explains what could finally be the catalyst that sends this market over the edge.
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.
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