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Companies added 263,000 jobs for the month, according to ADP and Moody's Analytics. That was well above the 185,000 estimate.
The first ETF to invest in marijuana stocks has launched in Canada, but there's plenty of reason for investors to be high on skepticism.
Mr. Trump’s portrayal of trade deficits entails crucial departures from economic reality, New York Times reports.
"There needs to be a more level playing field," Gary Locke tells CNBC.
The majority of respondents’ comments indicate a positive outlook on business conditions and the overall economy, the group said.
The Fed's Tarullo tells CNBC the robust March job growth at American companies provides more confirmation of the "solid trend" of strength in employment.
The report says seasonally adjusted hiring in March was 0.9 percent lower than in February.
The Commerce Department announced factory orders increased 1 percent in February after a 1.5 percent gain in January.
The U.S. trade deficit declined sharply as imports from China fell by a record amount and American exports rose.
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in March for the 94th consecutive month, according to The Institute for Supply Management on Monday.
Peter Boockvar tells CNBC inflation should be held at zero.
Kushner's role is being closely watched to see how his personal relationship with the president translates into policy.
After their humiliating loss on health care, Republicans in Congress could use a quick victory on a big issue. It won't be an overhaul of the tax code.
Home equity lines are becoming more and more popular among the nation's youngest homeowners.
Here are four examples of the real-world risks that the Trump administration’s trade strategy presents, says Ed Gerwin.
The Congressional Budget Office issued a dire warning to policy makers in its annual budget report.
The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment was expected to stay unchanged from early March's 97.6.
"It would do nothing to fix our roads, fix our bridges, fix our water system," Ron Klain tells CNBC.
Officials have to contend with what do with the bonds the Fed has amassed over the years of monetary policy aimed at juicing the economy.
Many details would need to be worked out "so it doesn't produce unintended consequences," Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
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