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As March turns to April, initial readings loom of how the economy has done so far in a broad sense. Much is at stake.
New York Fed President William Dudley spoke to students during a fireside chat at York College Friday morning.
Bullard said he'd be "okay" with a second hike this year, but reiterated that the Fed would not need much more to keep inflation in check.
The Fed should also begin allowing its massive portfolio to run off, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said on Friday.
With U.S. stocks trading in overvalued territory, investors are likely to reap better returns in places like emerging markets, USA Today reports.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the tax plan will be comprehensive, including both personal and corporate tax reform.
Orders for long-lasting factory goods were expected to rise 1.2 percent in February after increasing 1.8 percent a month earlier.
A team at Bridgewater Associates, the $150 billion hedge fund Dalio founded, published a 61-page paper on it Wedenesday.
As they scramble for "yes" votes on their health-care plan, House leaders have a nightmare scenario in mind.
Investors' fears about the Obamacare repeal aren't likely to be realized, according to separate analyses ahead of Thursday's crucial vote.
Goldman estimates that every percentage point increase of Americans with health insurance yielded a 0.6 percent rise in health employment.
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.
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