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U.S. import rose more than expected last month, the Labor Department said Thursday.
GDP is likely to have increased just 1.2 percent in the first quarter, according to the Atlanta Fed's closely watched GDPNow model.
If there were any doubts about whether the Fed would be hiking, Wednesday's blockbuster jobs report almost completely removed them.
The U.S. private sector was expected to create 190,000 jobs in February, down from the 246,000 jobs reported a month earlier.
The Commerce Department said on Wednesday wholesale inventories decreased 0.2 percent, the biggest drop since February 2016.
Security is tourists main consideration when choosing a destination, a research report released on Wednesday found.
The productivity of American workers grew at a slower pace in fourth quarter and last year recorded the smallest annual gain in five years.
U.S. employers hired fewer workers in February, though hiring rates remain strong, the workforce report shows.
There won't be any more business-zapping regulations that were seen during the Obama presidency, the hedge fund billionaire tells CNBC.
Homebuyers are also increasingly choosing adjustable-rate mortgages, hoping to save a few more dollars on the monthly payment.
Japan's trade minister Hiroshige Seko and his U.S. counterpart Wilbur Ross will likely meet on March 16 in Washington, Jiji news agency reported.
President Donald Trump plans to meet with a group of infrastructure business leaders at the White House on Wednesday, a person briefed on the meeting said.
Reports of ICE raids are starting to be felt by small businesses, with some suggesting a climate of fear is to blame.
The U.S. economy cannot grow faster without the government spending more or reducing its revenue, one investment strategist says.
The market rally may be helped by Trump policies, but it's really fueled by economic gains, Bob Doll tells CNBC.
A flood of mobile phones and other consumer products widened America's trade gap with China.
Deregulatory measures taken by the new administration are spurring growth in small business, Paychex CEO Marty Mucci says.
Exxon Mobil said on Monday it would invest $20 billion through 2022 to expand its chemical and oil refining plants on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
"I say the rest of the economy is strong enough to take it," Cramer says.
Taxing imports while exempting exports, is the linchpin of Paul Ryan's plan for corporate tax reform.
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