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The bond market's blase view of the Fed could change with Wednesday's announcement. [Read More]
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Wireless carriers are already getting into a promotional battle for the new iPhones — bad for margins, good for consumers. [Read More]
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Traders hope to hear whether the hurricanes' economic impact could affect the Fed's view on interest rates and the economy. [Read More]
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Economists are surmising that Amazon had a role in the surprise drop in August retail sales. [Read More]
Economists are surmising that Amazon had a role in the surprise drop in August retail sales. [Read More]
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The ill effects of Hurricane Harvey could show up in industrial production and in consumer data Friday. [Read More]
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Goldman Sachs economists said the odds for a third rate hike this year rose to 60 percent from 55 percent, after a significant firming in... [Read More]
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Hotter than expected consumer inflation could persist and that makes the Fed more likely to to raise rates in December. [Read More]
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Consumer inflation was expected to rise moderately in August, but it should heat up even more in September. [Read More]
August's jobs number was doubly disappointing—with weaker wage growth and less job creation. [Read More]
Gasoline prices are spiking at the pump in some cities and states, amid fears of spot shortages. [Read More]
Some economists expect to see wages surprise to the upside when the August jobs report is released Friday. [Read More]
Gasoline prices are spiking at the pump in some cities and states, amid fears of spot shortages. [Read More]
Some Texas refineries were starting back up, but continued outages in the area made it hard for pipelines to move fuel. [Read More]
July personal spending data will be important Thursday, after the consumer pushed second quarter growth to 3 percent. [Read More]
Drivers could pay an average $2.50 or more per gallon across the U.S. by Labor Day, and prices could go higher. [Read More]
Hurricane Harvey has highlighted how really important the U.S. has become to the world energy market. [Read More]
Hurricane Harvey has highlighted how really important the U.S. has become to the world energy market. [Read More]
Hurricane Harvey may be ultimately be a slight positive for U.S. growth, despite massive flooding and destruction in a major urban hub. [Read More]
Gasoline prices could jump 10 percent or more by Labor Day weekend, based on the Harvey-related shutdown of refineries along the Gulf Coast. [Read More]
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