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U.S. import prices rose more than expected in February as the largest increase in the cost of capital goods since 2008 offset a drop in petroleum prices.
Jobless claims fell last week, pointing to sustained labor strength even as economic growth appears to have slowed early in the first quarter.
The consumer is becoming cautious, and that's making discretionary spending stocks a riskier bet this year, says one market strategist.
Consumer prices likely rose 0.2 percent in February after a 0.5 percent gain in January, according to economists polled by Thomson Reuters.
There are new dynamics in Washington's attempts to move beyond the terms of the Korean armistice, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The dollar fell against most currencies on Monday, pressured by data showing persistently low wages.
The former OMB Director under President Reagan sees nothing but pain ahead for the stock market.
The dollar was firm on Friday as U.S. job growth recorded its best month in over 1-1/2 years.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans says he'd prefer to "wait a little longer" before raising interest rates for the first time in 2018.
Futures were higher this morning, possibly extending the gains seen Thursday after President Trump implemented tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
A more aggressive Federal Reserve this year could pull the reins on U.S. economic growth and turn the lights up on the utilities trade.
Jim Cramer warns investors about the strength in cloud-based technology stocks.
The central bank released its periodic report on the health of the U.S. economy Wednesday.
A chorus of analysts has called the end of the 30-year bond bull market. Not so fast, says one trader.
Global worries over an emerging "trade war" pose an uncertainty for the Federal Reserve, officials said Wednesday.
Robert Kaplan said that hurting U.S. relationships with trading partners would be against its own interest.
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