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Republicans twice have halted government over objectives they lacked the power to sustain. This time, they control the federal government.
U.S. stock index futures posted gains ahead of the open on Friday, as investors paid close attention to the political space.
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Friday, as investors turned their attention to the U.S. political and economic spheres.
American Express reports quarterly earnings that topped Wall Street expectations.
CNBC ranked cities based on key criteria the company cited in its pitch for incentives.
Based on previous spending stalemates, here's what you can expect from a government shut down, USA Today reports.
Despite the latest housing starts figures, homebuilders are optimistic as homebuyer demand rises.
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.
U.S. homebuilding fell more than expected in December, recording its biggest drop in just over a year.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lackluster open on Thursday, following a strong performance on Wall Street yesterday.
U.S. government debt yields rose after the Labor Department said the number initial jobless claims fell to the lowest level in 45 years.
President Donald Trump said he "may" terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico.
Jim Cramer interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook after his company's pledge to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy.
The Fed should follow rules when making policy to give the public a better understanding of the central bank's actions, Fed official Loretta Mester said.
U.S. industrial production increased more than expected as unseasonably cold weather boosted demand for heating.
The rise in mortgage applications last week doesn't make sense — unless you factor in fear.
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