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BlackRock's Rick Rieder says the new Fed chair's transition will be normal.
Leading indicators increased in June, beating expectations and pointing to an improving economic outlook.
Bond guru Bill Gross is warning about looming interest rate increases and the damage they can do to a debt-laden global economy.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell more than expected, suggesting another month of strong job growth.
The median home value in June surpassed $200,000, up 7 percent from a year ago, according to Zillow.
Most of the Republican Party is populated by die-hard free traders who wouldn’t be fans of a new version of NAFTA, Vox reports.
Seattle passed a new income tax on households earning more than $500,000, prompting the state's Republicans to revolt.
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U.S. homebuilding rebounded more than expected in June after declining for three straight months.
Refinance applications surged 13 percent last week, even as mortgage rates remained steady.
Congressional Republicans have yet to enact a single piece of major legislation on taxes, health care or federal spending, Vox reports.
Morgan Stanley Asia's former chairman, Stephen Roach, debunks China "doomsday" scenarios.
Homebuilder confidence falls sharply due partly to fears over rising material costs.
The House Budget Committee unveils a spending proposal that would boost funding for defense but dramatically reshape social programs.
A private sector advisory group is calling for TPP language to be included in the NAFTA renegotiation.
The jump in international purchases follows a year-ago retreat and comes as a surprise, given the current strength of the U.S. dollar.
Manufacturing in New York state grew for a second month in July but at a much slower pace, as new orders and shipments both slipped.
The Trump administration is said to be planning a more coordinated rollout of its tax reform efforts, Axios reported on Sunday.
Flat consumer inflation and weak June retail sales triggered doubts that the Fed will be able to raise interest rates again this year.
Economists expected consumer sentiment to reach 95 in July, according to a survey from Thomson Reuters.
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