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Market participants have distorted expectations on how much consumer prices will change in the future, an economist told CNBC Thursday.
Federal Reserve officials see increased growth and an uptick in inflation as justification to continue to raise interest rates gradually.
Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan cited economic growth fueled by recent tax cuts as well as a stronger global economy.
A severe shortage of affordable homes for sale caused a sharp and unexpected drop in January closings.
First up for the new central bank chief is how the market reacts to details from Janet Yellen's last meeting.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Patrick Harker said he still thinks just two rate hikes this year is "likely appropriate."
U.S. home sales unexpectedly fell for a second straight month in January.
"Midwest is best," reports SmartAsset.
You can stop worrying about the effect of higher interest rates on stocks for now, a J.P. Morgan strategist said Wednesday.
The Fed minutes Wednesday could have more impact than usual if they provide any insight on inflation and interest rates.
Eleven cities still in the running for Amazon HQ2 are in states lacking nondiscrimination laws. Gay rights advocates have taken notice.
The spike in defense spending won't solve the military's readiness problems or make us safer, says retired Lt. Col. Daniel Davis.
Millennials are likely to exceed their budget on housing in NYC, New York Business Journal reports.
Denver is the most challenging city in the country for first-time homebuyers, Denver Business Journal reports.
Small-business confidence hits a record in 2018 as optimism rises over tax reform, according to the CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey.
Goldman Sachs sees a tidal wave of red ink — and it may drag the U.S. economy into its undertow.
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