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The University of Michigan said its consumer sentiment index in January skidded to a reading of 90.7 in January from 98.3, which is the worst... [Read More]
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Industrial production rose 0.3% in December, while manufacturing output jumped 1.1%, the highest in 10 months, the Fed said Friday. [Read More]
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The number of Americans applying for jobless benefits through state unemployment programs fell slightly in mid-January to a five-week low, though more furloughed federal workers... [Read More]
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Rates for home loans were unchanged at recent lows, helping bolster the housing market's comeback case. [Read More]
The Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index in January rose to a seasonally adjusted reading of 17 from 9.1 in December. [Read More]
In lieu of Commerce Department data, some private organizations have offered their best estimates on housing construction data. [Read More]
A litany of worries, including volatility in stock markets has contacts feeling less optimistic in "many" districts, according to the Fed's Beige Book report released... [Read More]
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A monthly sentiment tracker rebounded more strongly than expected, boosted by falling mortgage rates and perhaps stronger stock prices. [Read More]
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The cost of goods imported into the U.S. fell for the second month in a row largely because of lower oil prices, the latest sign... [Read More]
The Empire State manufacturing survey fell 7.6 points in January to a reading of 3.9, the lowest level in more than a year, the New... [Read More]
The wholesale cost of U.S. goods and services posted the biggest decline in December in five months, another sign that lower gasoline prices have eased... [Read More]
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