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The incoming Fed chair appears set to let an expected tax cut run its course as weak wage growth and inflation buttress his view that the economy remains underpowered.
U.S. equities closed higher, reversing earlier weakness following a terror incident near New York City's Times Square.
U.S. government debt yields slipped Monday after the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the number of job openings was stagnant.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen didn't expect to become a central bank 'rock star', but a big fan base is sad to see her go.
The 228,000 jobs created formed a solid foundation, but the moribund 2.5 percent wage growth left many scratching their heads.
The Commerce Department was expected to report a decline in wholesale inventories for October on Friday.
U.S. consumer sentiment fell in December, continuing to decline from its peak in October.
Trump administration officials are concerned about the lack of wage growth in the economy, White House economic advisor Gary Cohn says.
The U.S. economy created 228,000 jobs in November while the unemployment rate held steady at 4.1 percent, according to the Labor Department.
Education and health care had the largest net job gain last month, the Labor Department says.
Critics of the Republican-sponsored plan say companies will use the windfall to reward investors with share buybacks and dividends.
U.S. government debt yields fell Friday after nonfarm payroll data in November beat Street expectations.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Friday after the November jobs report showed better-than-expected growth.
Household wealth rose nearly 2 percent in Q3 and is near double the level it was during the financial crisis, according to Fed data.
If the Trump administration and Congress crack down on H1-B visas, it won't just hurt immigrants, it will hurt all of us, says Legal Zoom CEO John Suh.
Cornyn also said he hopes Republicans will stick to the proposed 20 percent corporate rate in their tax plan.
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