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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised global growth forecasts for 2018 and 2019 upwards.
The shutdown that began on Saturday is disruptive to the economy, but poses no immediate threat to its Aaa-rating, Moody's Investors Service said.
U.S. coal output and exports ticked up in Trump's first year in office, but employment barely budged and coal plants continued to close.
U.S. consumer sentiment was expected to rise in the January mid-month reading.
The spring housing market is just around the corner and this year it will be more competitive than ever.
First-time claims for benefits were expected to total 250,000 in the most recent week, down from the 261,000 claims reported for the prior week.
Infrastructure in the United States is "25 years behind at least," U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue says.
Despite the latest housing starts figures, homebuilders are optimistic as homebuyer demand rises.
U.S. homebuilding fell more than expected in December, recording its biggest drop in just over a year.
Democrats insisting the government funding bill include protections for "dreamers" is not a good way to govern, Rep. Jeb Hensarling says.
The White House said it supports a short term funding extension, though it would prefer a long-term solution.
Jim Cramer interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook after his company's pledge to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy.
The Trump administration is finalizing its infrastructure plan, which would push most project financing to private investment, and state and local taxpayers.
Travel- and retail-industry leaders are fretting about a decline in international visitors to the U.S.
U.S. industrial production increased more than expected as unseasonably cold weather boosted demand for heating.
Homebuilders are still feeling good about the economy, but they are starting the year a little less confident due to rising costs.
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