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Geopolitical turmoil and policy certainty are combining to make businesses more cautious about investing, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic says.
The Federal Reserve needs to raise interest rates about four more times before it reaches an equilibrium level, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan says.
U.S. home sales dropped more than expected in April as a shortage of properties for sale continued to weigh on the market.
New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits increased more than expected last week, but remained below a level consistent with a healthy labor market.
With a two-front trade war brewing, here is Trump's best option to avoid a harmful, long-lasting global impacts, says Prof. Jason Reed.
Minutes from the Fed's May meeting also pointed to an interest rate hike in June.
"You do not need to alter, change or cancel your reservations for any reason. Nothing has really changed," says Gary Marrow, co-owner of Kapohokine Adventures.
The Federal Reserve will release minutes Wednesday of its meeting in early May that did not see an interest rate increase but apparently did feature some important in-depth discussion about the future of monetary policy.
A record number of Americans — almost 42 million — are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend. Here’s when you don’t want to hit the road.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes fell less than expected in April, but data for the last three months was revised lower.
The majority of U.S. adults feel financially secure, yet retirement and emergency savings are nonexistent for many of them, a new report from the Federal Reserve shows.
A sharp rise in interest rates last week meant far fewer homeowners could benefit from a mortgage refinance.
Multiple signs of inflation in freight-related industries are at or near historical highs, in what could be an early sign that price pressures are building and ready to reverberate around the economy.
Less than 1 percent of the Big Island is actually impacted by the Kilauea volcano eruption, says Gov. David Ige.
President Donald Trump's efforts to level the trade playing field with China are more political than economic, the chief executive of Barings told CNBC.
The United States has raised tariffs on steel from Vietnam that Washington says originated in China and evaded anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel.