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A new report from the Center for American Progress makes a bipartisan tax deal seem unlikely.
Here's why better economic indicators should be translating into higher GDP growth already, says Karen Firestone.
Emerging economies are set to slow this year as the U.S. Federal Reserve begins raising interest rates and there's a rising protectionist rhetoric in advanced economies , the International Monetary Fund warned on Monday.
Seventeen percent of cardholders used plastic for small transactions, up from 11 percent last year, according to a new survey.
St. Louis Fed President said opinions differed within the Fed on ending its balance sheet reinvestment policy and it would take some time.
A year that was supposed to feature breakout economic growth may have started with little or none at all.
Something strange happened on the way to the unemployment line in March.
The gain of just 98,000 jobs masks new signs of labor market strength, but it also ends some hopes for an economic breakout.
The unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent in March, the Labor Department said Friday. But that ignores information just below the surface.
The numbers come amid what had been a strong year for jobs, with both January and February easily topping Wall Street's expectations.
Consider the Fed the Starship Enterprise: It went where no central bank had gone before, and now must plot the journey home.
BlackRock chief Larry Fink tells CNBC that in talking with other business leaders he's finding they're "stepping back."
Despite the monthly the rise, the number was 2 percent lower than the total in March 2016.
A top U.S. Federal Reserve official says the central bank would likely move in a measured way after it decides to reduce its large bond holdings.
Experts say it's time for the U.S. leader to let his past hostile comments about the Asian powerhouse fade with the Florida sunset.
Plans by the U.S. Federal Reserve to pare back its balance sheet should not be seen as a surprise with a reshuffle at the central bank likely in 2018, Goldman Sachs' chief economist has told CNBC Thursday.
The revelation came Wednesday from a summary of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting held in March.
The Federal Reserve just sent a message to markets — interest rates may be going up even faster than you think.
The vision the president outlined at a "CEO Town Hall on Unleashing American Business" this week sounded almost too good to be true.
The Canadian prime minister wrote on Quora about his proposal to help grow his country's middle class by funding job training.
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