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The rapidly expanding U.S. economy is running out of room to grow any faster as shortages of skilled workers and rising costs of raw materials... [Read More]
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Home builders broke ground on fewer homes despite strong demand from consumers, signalling high costs and a challenging environment may be taking its toll on... [Read More]
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Wages aren't growing when adjusted for inflation, a new report released Tuesday showed. [Read More]
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A closely-watched gauge of sentiment among residential construction firms shows builders are caught between good conditions for their products and higher input costs thanks to... [Read More]
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U.S. production of goods such as new trucks, planes, drilling rigs and consumer electronics rebounded in June as the economy hit overdrive in the spring.... [Read More]
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The Empire State manufacturing index fell 2.4 points in July to a reading of 22.6, the New York Fed said Monday. [Read More]
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Sales at retailers such as auto dealers, restaurants and Internet sites rose again in June after a mammoth gain in May, underscoring the strength of... [Read More]
A state economic report on the Mohawk Valley says there has been a small uptick in manufacturing employment after a long-term decline. New York state... [Read More]
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The cost of import goods fell sharply in June to mark the biggest drop in about a year and a half, though the respite is... [Read More]
The University of Michigan consumer sentiment index fell in July to a reading of 97.1, below June's level of 98.2 and the MarketWatch-compiled economist forecast... [Read More]
The Darke County Visitors Bureau released the results of the recently received 2017 Tourism Economic Report, commissioned by the bureau... [Read More]
Rates for home loans spiralled higher after a three-week respite, suggesting there's still some life left in the rotation out of fixed-income assets, and reason... [Read More]
Initial jobless claims, a tracker of sorts for layoffs in the U.S., sank in the first week of July back toward the lowest levels in... [Read More]
A yardstick of consumer prices known as CPI shows that inflation rose in June to the highest yearly rate since 2012, reflecting a U.S. economy... [Read More]
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