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U.S. consumer sentiment came in slightly below expectations at 93.1, the Survey of Consumers said Friday.
Business activity in the U.S. Midwest jumped to a six-month high in July, showing expansion in the region for the first time since April.
The Swiss National Bank revealed Friday that abandoning its currency cap cost 50.1 billion Swiss francs in the first half of the year.
U.S. labor costs in the second quarter recorded their smallest increase on record amid tepid gains in the private sector.
It is staff, not diners, who feel the real difference, with wages as much as 60 percent higher than before.
The JOBS Act crowdfunding rule is long past due and companies are withering while they wait, says Eric Cantor.
An LA union wants to be exempt from the $15 minimum wage it supports. How unions and cities are flexing their power in the wage fight.
The Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar shares his views on the Fed and the latest GDP data.
"Money for nothing" interest rate policies have failed, bond guru Bill Gross said in a broadside against global central banks.
Central banks in the Western world have set the scene for an "even bigger version" of the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, Societe Generale's bearish strategist Albert Edwards has claimed.
US weekly jobless claims totaled 267,000, better than expected.
U.S. economic growth accelerated in the second quarter as a pick up in consumer spending offset the drag from soft business spending on equipment.
The government announces its annual revisions of the past three years and confirms a series of stories in CNBC raising questions about growth.
Economic growth likely accelerated in the quarter as a pickup in consumer spending and housing offset the drag from trade and the energy sector.
What's the harm in waiting six months to raise rates? asks "Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly.
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan said one issue is more important to the U.S. economy now than monetary policy.
The Federal Reserve upgraded its assessment of the U.S. economy.
Investors trimmed their bets for a rate hike during the next two FOMC meetings but increased their bet the Fed will raise rates by December.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday both declined to raise interest rates and provide any clues about when a hike is on the way.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on June 17.