U.S. central banker John Williams said on Friday he does not expect any market turbulence as the Fed gets underway with reducing the huge balance sheet. » Read More
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The White House is trying to preserve Republican votes on tax reform, according senior administration officials and others. » Read More
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The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell, but the data continued to be influenced by stormy weather. » Read More
U.S. consumer spending barely rose in February amid delays in the payment of income tax refunds.
High consumer confidence levels and the postelection stock rally may not translate into more robust GDP, the ex-Treasury secretary says.
Most Americans say they would prefer changes that increase revenue and not raise the national deficit, USA Today reports.
Due largely to increases in Medicare and Social Security, the federal debt is projected to reach 150 percent of GDP in 2047.
The U.S. economy grew at a slightly faster rate in the fourth quarter than earlier estimates, as consumers powered economic momentum heading into 2017.
There's one industry that's particularly affected.
Partnering with major companies and universities, Coursera and Udacity are leading the charge to address America's growing skills gap.
First-time claims for benefits were expected to total 248,000 in the most recent week, down from the 261,000 claims reported for the previous week.
Rosengren said four moves should be the Fed's "default" position unless the data dictate that a shift is necessary.
Regulatory relief is nowhere near enough to return coal to its dominant position in power markets and restore jobs, NYT reports.
Gone are the days when stern Republicans imposed fiscal discipline.
At a sprawling construction site near downtown Denver, homes are taking about two months longer than normal to build because the workforce is slim.
A monthly index of signed sales contracts to buy existing homes rose 5.5 percent in February and was up 2.6 percent from a year earlier.
Homebuyers are trickling back into the mortgage market, but not enough to offset the steep and steady drop in refinance business.
Republicans should pursue a "more traditional" approach to corporate tax reform, Sen. Rob Portman tells CNBC.
One of the Federal Reserve's most consistent supporters of low interest rates said he supports further rate hikes this year.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer made his comments in an exclusive interview on CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Tuesday.
Economists expected the index to hit 114 in March, according to Reuters.
The U.S. goods trade deficit narrowed sharply in February, which could prompt economists to raise their estimates for first-quarter gross domestic product.
The index, which measures all nine U.S. census divisions, found that home prices rose 5.9 percent year over year in January.
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