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Construction of new homes fell for a second straight month in April, pushing activity to the lowest point in five months.
Trump doesn't have a plan — or people — in place for key domestic and foreign policies, writes National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Despite high levels of economic confidence, one indicator shows that has not translated into much action yet.
If President Donald Trump's policies don't succeed "the backlash could be significant," the Starwood Capital Group founder tells CNBC.
Oxford Economics found if Chinese state-owned enterprises took more of U.S. freight rail car production, U.S. jobs could take a big hit.
After slipping in April, homebuilder sentiment rose 2 points in May to the second-highest level since the recession.
Manufacturing in New York state shrank for the first time in seven months in May, as new orders fell and shipments grew more slowly.
Consumer prices rebounded moderately in April as energy prices climbed back up after a sharp decline in March.
It would depend on China complying with U.S. standards, the Commerce secretary tells CNBC.
Zillow looked at five metrics to determine which housing markets would serve first-time buyers best. Here's what it found.
Mnuchin emphasized the Trump administration's excitement after the U.S. and China announced a series of trade measures.
Americans stepped up their spending at auto dealers, hardware stores and e-commerce outlets as retail sales rebounded from two sluggish months.
President Trump believes that the growth generated from reforms will help spur business out of its post-Great Recession funk.
Trump's "phenomenal" tax overhaul plan is falling short of expectations, Vanity Fair reports.
Inflation at the wholesale level jumped in April by the largest amount in three months, fueled by rising prices of food and energy.
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 245,000 in the most recent week, up from the 238,000 claims reported for the week earlier.
The takeaway for the stock markets: don't bet on any quick legislation around trade, the budget, health care or infrastructure.
McCain and Sasse said they would vote against President Donald Trump's nominee for U.S. trade representative, Robert Lighthizer.
President Trump has suggested he may release his tax returns on leaving the White House, according to an interview with The Economist.
New York Fed President William Dudley's remarks come at a time when open borders have come under increasing criticism.
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