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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.
CNBC's John Harwood talks to Sen. Jeff Flake. Here's what the Arizona Republican said about immigration.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose by much more than expected in February.
Concerns mount about an overbuilt luxury market and a shortage of affordable rental housing.
Waste Management CEO Jim Fish disputes the narrative that major companies are only using corporate tax cut benefits to buy back stock.
U.S. import prices rose more than expected in January as the cost of imported petroleum and a range of other goods increased.
U.S. homebuilding increased to more than a one-year high in January, boosted by a rebound in the construction of single-family housing units.
Puerto Rico's governor calls blockchain a "phenomenal technology" and a "game changer."
Prices accelerated in January, offering more evidence that inflation pressures were building up.
Tax cuts are still making homebuilders feel better, even as rates rise to the highest level in more than four years.
U.S. factory output was flat for the second straight month in January, raising questions about the manufacturing outlook.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rebounded from a near 45-year low last week.
Schwarzman encourages investors not to lose sight of the big picture. "Markets get ahead of things and markets get behind things."
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