The GOP tax plan will place a higher burden on those who earn $1 million but provide a break to everyone else, Mnuchin says. » Read More
U.S. home building jumped to a one-year high in October likely as disruptions caused by recent hurricanes in the South faded. » Read More
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The Senate's latest tax plan would lavish billions on the wealthiest Americans but leave those at the bottom with higher taxes.
The economy faces higher deficits, lower benefits and near-zero interest rates unless Congress acts, the Fed's Loretta Mester says.
Home builder confidence rises as builders see more sales and increased buyer traffic.
U.S. corporate taxes within the 20 percent range would be a plus for the economy, said Morgan Stanley's James Gorman.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week.
Import prices rose less than expected in October as an increase in the cost of imported petroleum and capital goods was offset by a decline in food prices.
"In the current form, I wouldn't vote for it," the Wisconsin Republican says.
Economists polled by Reuters expected industrial output to increase 0.5 percent in October.
Sen. Collins is back in the spotlight as a swing vote in the Senate as she questions combining a Republican tax-cut plan with a partial repeal of Obamacare.
Sex and booze made it into the congressional battle over taxes in a late-night revision.
Business leaders called into question one of Cohn's top arguments for slashing the corporate tax rate to 20 percent.
The amended Senate Republican tax plan makes most individual tax changes temporary but makes a corporate reduction permanent.
U.S. consumer prices barely rose in October as the boost to gasoline prices from hurricane-related disruptions to Gulf Coast oil refineries were unwound.
House Speaker Paul Ryan notes that his members have voted to get rid of the individual mandate in the past.
Sales unexpectedly rose in October as an increase in purchases of motor vehicles and a range of other goods offset a decline in demand for building materials.
There's one key economic model that the Federal Reserve has struggled to understand, Charles Evans, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, told CNBC on Wednesday.
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