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A key measure of consumers' attitudes increased in September.
U.S. home price gains slowed slightly in July from the previous month.
Political uncertainty is more prevalent than ever among small-business owners.
The average price of gasoline in the U.S. has risen four cents over the past two weeks to $2.25 a gallon for regular grade.
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Manufacturing activity fell more than expected in September, amid the weakest improvement in business conditions since June.
Boston Fed's Eric Rosengren said that he believed rates should be raised gradually and warned that a fall in unemployment could derail the economic recovery.
Investors should start brushing up on astrophysics to understand why the world's economy may be approaching a cosmic conclusion, says Stephen Scott.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell, pointing to labor market strength that could pave the way for the Fed to raise rates this year.
Home resales unexpectedly fell, crimped by a shortage of inventory that is boosting home prices faster than the pace of wage growth.
Daniel Loeb approves of the BOJ's monetary policy move, but believes that corporate reform is still needed.
History shows a stock market like today's can not only withstand a Fed rate hike but even advance, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
Stocks rebounded after the Fed left interest rates unchanged, but more gains depend on the return of earnings growth, Fidelity's Jurrien Timmer says.
Three members from the hawkish Fed bloc dissented from the statement, marking an unusual split from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
The latest CNBC Fed Survey shows that 88 percent respondents say the Federal Reserve will raise rates in December.
U.S. housing starts fell more than expected in August as building activity declined broadly after two straight months of solid increases.
The Federal Reserve is focusing too narrowly on its dual mandate, the former Dallas Fed president says.
If Fed Chair Janet Yellen wants to prove that policymakers are not being pulled along by investors, this week may offer a rare moment to do so.
A monthly survey of builder confidence jumped a striking 6 points in September to the highest level in nearly a year.
Donald Trump's new tax plan gives the top 1 percent an average cut of at least $122,400, according to a new analysis.
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