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Rates for home loans slid lower alongside bond yields in the most recent week, according to Freddie Mac data. [Read More]
An index that measures the strength of the U.S. economy fell in September for the first time in 12 months, but the downswing was mostly... [Read More]
The number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits in mid-October fell to the lowest level since the spring of 1973. The upshot: The strongest... [Read More]
Factory activity in the Mid-Atlantic surprised to the upside in October, the Philadelphia Fed said. [Read More]
(Adds comment, detail, updates prices) By Melanie Burton MELBOURNE, Oct 19 (Reuters) - London copper held steady... [Read More]
Builders broke ground on fewer homes and applied for fewer permits, a setback in the housing market. [Read More]
A confidence tracker for the home builder industry rebounded sharply as builders shrugged off the impact of the recent hurricanes and refocused on the robust... [Read More]
Industrial production in the U.S. rebounded in September after two straight declines, rising 0.3% in September despite disruptions caused by a pair of major hurricanes. [Read More]
The Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce's 2017 Business Week will kick off Nov. 1 with a luncheon at Little America featuring a fireside chat between Circle... [Read More]
The New York Fed reported that its Empire State manufacturing index climbed to a three-year high of 30.2 in October from 24.4 in September, topping... [Read More]
The University of Michigan said its consumer sentiment index climbed to a 13-year high of 101.1 in October from 95.1 in September, topping the MarketWatch-compiled... [Read More]
Retail sales in the U.S. leaped 1.6% in September, reflecting the largest increase in two and a half years. Auto sales rebounded in part because... [Read More]
The consumer price index jumped 0.5% in September as higher gasoline prices in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey boosted inflation. [Read More]
Rates for home loans jumped in the latest report but stayed historically low, and there are signs rising rates may lose steam next week. [Read More]
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Wholesale inflation in the U.S. jumped 0.4% in September and the yearly rate hit a 5 ½-year high, partly reflecting a runup in gasoline prices... [Read More]
Despite a small decline in U.S. job openings in August, the labor market is sizzling and most industries still have their "help wanted" shingles out.... [Read More]
Uncertainty from Brexit and Catalonia's push for independence is a major risk to the outlook in Europe, Maurice Obstfeld, the chief economist at the International... [Read More]
A tracker of small-business confidence declined in September as Washington failed to deliver the policies that owners wanted. [Read More]
Consumer borrowing slowed in August after a sharp rise in the prior month, the Federal Reserve reported Friday. [Read More]