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CNBC Economy
May 21, 2020

May unemployment looks worse than expected, signaling another bad jobs report could be coming
So far, state reopenings have not helped stem the rise in unemployment, which is expected to show another big jump in the month of May.

CNBC Economy
May 21, 2020

Mitch McConnell says next coronavirus bill will not extend enhanced unemployment benefits
House Democrats passed a bill last week to extend the enhanced $600 per week unemployment benefit through January.

CNBC Economy
May 21, 2020

Second wave of coronavirus infections could cause a worse economic disaster, experts warn
States across the country began reopening parts of their economies as early as April 24. Guidelines for reopening differ widely but a key difference lies in which sector can open first and the speed of the process. However, experts warn that a preemptive reopening can do more harm than good by potentially creating a second wave of infections, which would lead to more closures and increased economic hardship.

CNBC Economy
May 21, 2020

Home sales dropped nearly 18% in April, while decline in inventory pushed prices to a record high
The economic fallout from the coronavirus hit the housing market hard in April.

CNBC Economy
May 21, 2020

Jobless claims total 2.4 million, still elevated levels but a declining pace from previous weeks
The total, while still well above anything the nation had seen in pre-coronavirus America, represents the seventh straight week of a declining pace following the record peak of 6.9 million in late March.

CNBC Economy
May 21, 2020

More than half of small businesses are looking to have PPP funds forgiven, survey says
Frustrations are mounting on Main Street due to a lack of guidance from the Small Business Administration on PPP loan forgiveness, a new survey shows.

CNBC Economy
May 20, 2020

Fed minutes show fears of 'extraordinary amount of uncertainty and considerable risks' because of coronavirus
The meeting, which ended April 29, concluded with the central bank's policymaking arm holding steady on interest rates and pondering future measures ahead.

CNBC Economy
May 20, 2020

Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan says more fiscal help will be needed, including aid to states
More help will be needed from the Federal Reserve and Congress to get the U.S. economy through its current slump, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
May 20, 2020

As states reopen, it's a race against the clock for small businesses to pay bills and stay solvent
As states reopen, the focus has turned to whether smaller companies can find enough business to survive, preventing a wave of failures.

CNBC Economy
May 20, 2020

Weekly mortgage applications point to a remarkable recovery in homebuying
If mortgage demand is an indicator, buyers are coming back to the housing market far faster than anticipated, despite coronavirus shutdowns and job losses.

CNBC Economy
May 19, 2020

CBO projects 38% drop in GDP, $2.1 trillion increase in the deficit
The CBO also projects 26 million more unemployed Americans than there were at the end of 2019.

CNBC Economy
May 19, 2020

Jamie Dimon says coronavirus crisis is 'wake-up call' for a more inclusive economy
Dimon detailed the steps his firm has taken to support customers and employees since the crisis began two months ago.

CNBC Economy
May 19, 2020

U.S. housing starts fall sharply in April
U.S. homebuilding dropped to a five-year low in April, underlining fears that the novel coronavirus crisis would lead to the deepest economic contraction in the second quarter since the Great Depression.

CNBC Economy
May 19, 2020

U.S. housing starts drop more than expected
U.S. homebuilding dropped to a five-year low in April, underlining fears that the novel coronavirus crisis would lead to the deepest economic contraction in the second quarter since the Great Depression.

CNBC Economy
May 19, 2020

Jamie Dimon says coronavirus crisis is 'wake up call' for a more inclusive economy
Dimon detailed the steps his firm has taken to support customers and employees since the crisis began two months ago.

CNBC Economy
May 19, 2020

Unemployment is nearing Great Depression levels. Here's how the eras are similar — and different
The unemployment rate is at its highest since the Great Depression. The current situation differs from that of the early 20th century in a few ways that may prevent the U.S. from entering another depression.

CNBC Economy
May 18, 2020

Powell to tell Congress the Fed is committed to using all tools to fight the unprecedented downturn
"We are committed to using our full range of tools to support the economy in this challenging time," Powell said in remarks he will deliver to the Senate.

CNBC Economy
May 18, 2020

Federal government should help states, cities and hospitals recover from coronavirus, Gary Cohn says
Former Trump advisor Gary Cohn said that a potential vaccine shouldn't stop the government from providing aid to parts of the country that have been hobbled by the economic shutdown.

CNBC Economy
May 18, 2020

Homebuilder sentiment bounces back in May, after record plunge in April
After the sharpest one-month drop in the history of the index in April, homebuilder sentiment bounced back slightly in May as builders saw a quick rebound in interest from buyers.

CNBC Economy
May 18, 2020

Trump advisor Kevin Hassett: Fed chief too pessimistic on time it'll take for economy to recover
White House senior advisor Kevin Hassett told CNBC on Monday he disagrees with Fed Chairman Jerome Powell on the time-frame for an economic recovery.

CNBC Economy
May 18, 2020

LinkedIn data shows U.S. job hiring may have hit bottom in mid-April
The U.S. may have experienced the worst of its coronavirus-related job losses in mid-April, and hiring could be on the verge of starting to recover, according to data gathered by LinkedIn and provided to CNBC.

CNBC Economy
May 17, 2020

Powell says GDP could shrink more than 30%, but he doesn't see another Depression
The central bank chief conceded that jobless numbers will look a lot like they did during the 1930s.

CNBC Economy
May 17, 2020

Powell says a full economic recovery may not happen without a vaccine
The Fed noted that the recovery likely would depend on how Americans feel about their safety.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

GDP could decline by 42% in the second quarter, according to the Atlanta Fed
The already dismal outlook for economic growth during the current period just got considerably worse.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

Industrial production plunges unprecedented 11.2% in April
American industry suffered the most severe plunge on record last month with factories, mines and utilities battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

Consumer sentiment unexpectedly rises after massive U.S. fiscal stimulus
U.S. consumer sentiment inched higher in the early part of May following massive stimulus measures undertaken by the government to sustain the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released Friday.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

Retail sales plunge a record 16.4% in April, far worse than predicted
The biggest factor in the downturn was a collapse in clothing and accessories that amounted to an 89.3% fall from a year ago.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

Retails sales fall a record 16.4 percent in April, far worse than predicted
The biggest factor in the downturn was a collapse in clothing and accessories that amounted to an 89.3% fall from the same period a year ago.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

This is the critical link to successfully reopening the US economy
The successful relaunch of the U.S. economy after the coronavirus shutdown will depend on how effectively companies treat the ills of the global supply chain.

CNBC Economy
May 15, 2020

Want a fast economic recovery? Invest in tests, Fed's Kaplan says
Even with tens of millions of jobs lost and a historic decline in output projected this quarter, the U.S. economy could still pull off a relatively quick recovery, Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan said on Thursday.

CNBC Economy
May 14, 2020

US import prices post largest drop in over five years
U.S. import prices fell by the most in more than five years in April as the coronavirus crisis depressed demand for petroleum products, which could strengthen some economists' predictions of a brief period of deflation.

CNBC Economy
May 14, 2020

Weekly jobless claims total 2.981 million, bringing coronavirus tally to 36.5 million
The total 2.981 million new claims for unemployment insurance brought the coronavirus crisis total to nearly 36.5 million,

CNBC Economy
May 14, 2020

The jobs recovery could be choppy, with some coming back quickly and others lost forever
Construction and manufacturing may be some of the quickest sectors to regain jobs, experts say, but the hospitality industry may have more difficulty.

CNBC Economy
May 14, 2020

Goldman Sachs says a second wave of coronavirus could make the Fed rethink negative interest rates
But negative interest rates wouldn't be "very helpful" to the economy, said Zach Pandl, co-head of global foreign exchange, rates and emerging markets strategy at Goldman Sachs.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Mortgage applications from buyers jump 11%, signaling the spring housing market may not be a total loss
As open houses reemerge from the coronavirus shutdown, buyers are coming back to the housing market much faster than expected.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Georgia tries to balance pressure to reopen economy with threat of coronavirus resurgence
Georgia's new coronavirus cases have plateaued, but it could take until the end of the month to know the effects of reopening the economy.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Powell's gloomy outlook has investors predicting the Fed may make another big move soon
Some strategists say the Fed could announce a new quantitative easing program before or at its June 9-10 meeting.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

10% of retail demand might be lost forever
Five percent to 10% of pre-Covid-19 demand could be decimated permanently, as "lost store volume can't entirely be made up online," Wells Fargo retail analyst Ike Boruchow said.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Fed's Mester sees a recovery or a 'much more dire' scenario as equally possible
Mester echoed Chairman Jerome Powell's mostly pessimistic view on the economy, telling CNBC on Wednesday that while growth is likely to return by the end of the year, it could be slow.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Watch live: House coronavirus subcommittee to hold a briefing on reopening US economy
The House subcommittee tasked with overseeing the country's coronavirus response is scheduled to hold its first briefing on Wednesday where members will discuss reopening the nation's economy.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

WHO officials warn of 'vicious cycle' of economic and health disasters if coronavirus restrictions are lifted too quickly
"The worst thing that could happen," economically, is that a country reopens and then has to shut down again to respond to a resurgence of the virus, said WHO official Dr. Mike Ryan.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

New York has paid $7.4 billion in unemployment claims to roughly 1.7 million residents, officials say
Roughly 1.8 million residents struggling with unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic have filed claims, roughly six times the number of claims filed during the 2008 financial crisis, officials said.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Powell says more policy help may be needed to pull the US out of economic downturn
Powell noted the unprecedented strength of fiscal and monetary measures already taken but stressed the need to make sure that the deepest slump since the Great Depression does not get out of control.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Powell says the Federal Reserve is not considering negative interest rates
"I know there are fans of the policy, but for now it's not something that we're considering," the central bank chief said Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

Watch Fed Chairman Jerome Powell speak live on the economy
The focus of the speech is on the economy and the damage done during the coronavirus crisis.

CNBC Economy
May 13, 2020

US producer prices tumble in April
U.S. producer prices fell more than expected in April, leading to the largest annual decline since 2015.

CNBC Economy
May 11, 2020

After trying for a decade, central banks might succeed at generating inflation
"The forces that will bring about inflation are aligning," Chetan Ahya, chief Asia economist at Morgan Stanley, said in a note.

CNBC Economy
May 11, 2020

Tudor Jones says this will be the 'Second Depression' if we remain in lockdown in a year
Hedge fund investor Paul Tudor Jones said the country may have trouble following contact tracing and other methods used by other nations to contain the virus quickly because of how Americans feels about individual freedoms.

CNBC Economy
May 11, 2020

Tudor Jones says this will be the 'Second Depression' if we remain in lockdown a year from now


CNBC Economy
May 11, 2020

Fear and desperation on Main Street as small businesses struggle to survive despite PPP and other federal loan programs
Millions of small business owners have not received government loans under the CARES Act. Many are bootstrapping, crowdfunding and deferring mortgage payments to stay afloat.

CNBC Economy
May 11, 2020

US risking a second wave and a depression, Mark Zandi warns
Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics' worries businesses may reopen too soon and create another spike in coronavirus cases.

CNBC Economy
May 10, 2020

Mnuchin says jobless numbers will 'get worse before they get better' — unemployment may have hit 25%
"The reported numbers are probably going to get worse before they get better," Mnuchin said.

CNBC Economy
May 10, 2020

Trump says US will start buying dairy, meat and produce from farmers amid supply chain disruptions
As the coronavirus pandemic disrupts supply chains across the country, farmers have been forced to destroy their crops, dump milk and throw out perishable items that can't be stored.

CNBC Economy
May 08, 2020

A record 20.5 million jobs were lost in April as unemployment rate jumps to 14.7%
Both numbers easily smashed post-World War II era records and help reflect the profound damage done through efforts used to combat the virus.

CNBC Economy
May 06, 2020

Small business loans are not going proportionately to the hardest-hit areas, Fed study shows
States enduring the brunt of the Covid-19 crisis are receiving a smaller proportion of emergency small business loans, a Fed study found.

CNBC Economy
May 06, 2020

Most 2020 swing state voters want more direct payments during coronavirus, CNBC/Change Research poll finds
Democrats are pushing for at least one more round of direct payments during the coronavirus crisis after many voters got $1,200 stimulus checks.

CNBC Economy
May 06, 2020

Fed's James Bullard says the jobs report on Friday will be one of the worst ever
Bullard's comments came minutes before ADP reported that private payrolls shed more than 20 million jobs in April amid coronavirus shutdowns.

CNBC Economy
May 06, 2020

Treasury launches 20-year bond to help fund the record borrowing needed this quarter
An auction May 20 will feature a sale of $20 billion worth as part of an effort to push the record-setting debt levels further out in terms of duration.

CNBC Economy
May 06, 2020

US private payrolls drop by 20.2 million in April, the worst job loss in the history of ADP report
Private payrolls hemorrhaged more than 20 million jobs in April as companies sliced workers amid a shutdown that took most of the U.S. economy offline, according to a report Wednesday from ADP.

CNBC Economy
May 05, 2020

Fed Vice Chair Clarida says more support may be needed, but economy to rebound next quarter
"More policy support will be needed from the Fed and possibly also fiscal policy. It just depends on how this evolves," Clarida told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
May 05, 2020

Consumer debt hits new record of $14.3 trillion
Household debt balances through March totaled $14.3 trillion, a 1.1% increase from the previous quarter and now $1.6 trillion clear of the previous nominal high of $12.7 trillion in the third quarter of 2008 during the financial crisis,

CNBC Economy
May 05, 2020

US services sector posts biggest contraction since 2009 as coronavirus halts economic activity
The U.S. services sector contracted for the first time in about a decade last month as the coronavirus pandemic brought economic activity in the country to a near-screeching halt.

CNBC Economy
May 05, 2020

This wartime law gives Trump exceptional power over US economy
President Trump has invoked a Korean War-era law to fight the coronavirus pandemic. The Defense Production Act gives the president extraordinary powers over the U.S. economy, which supporters of the move say is necessary to contain the disease.

CNBC Economy
May 05, 2020

One of Main Street's biggest fears in economic reopening — new regulations
As small businesses across the country grapple with economic reopening, one of their biggest fears is that new regulations will be a net negative for post-Covid-19 Main Street.

CNBC Economy
May 05, 2020

Test, trace, isolate: Governments need to do these three things before reopening economies, expert warns
A global health expert and physician told CNBC that easing lockdowns without taking certain action would risk a second surge in coronavirus infections.

CNBC Economy
May 03, 2020

Putting the economy back together again: What the future holds for Americans
After the coronavirus pandemic passes, life will continue in many regards, but nothing will be the same and the economy won't return to the way it was, not for a long time.

CNBC Economy
May 01, 2020

April's jobs report showing millions out of work looms large in the week ahead
In the week ahead, the April jobs report is expected to show the highest unemployment since 1939.

CNBC Economy
Apr 30, 2020

These 25 states are already paying gig workers and self-employed Americans unemployment
Half of states are currently paying out unemployment compensation under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which covers gig workers, independent contractors and self-employed Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Apr 30, 2020

US consumer spending plunges 7.5% in March, reflecting virus
U.S. consumer spending plunged 7.5% in March, reflecting the growing impact of the coronavirus pandemic as Americans complied with stay-at-home orders.

CNBC Economy
Apr 30, 2020

US weekly jobless claims hit 3.84 million, topping 30 million over the last 6 weeks
Jobless claims for the week ended April 25 came in at the lowest level in a month but bring the rolling six-week total to 30.3 million as part of the worst employment crisis in U.S. history

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Plunge in health-care spending a big reason US economy sank in first quarter
The coronavirus crisis actually caused consumer health-care spending to plunge 18% in Q1.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Trump to meet with executives from Waffle House, Wynn, Toyota, others to discuss reopening economy
Trump has been soliciting feedback from a wide range of executives on when and how to reopen businesses that have shuttered their doors amid the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Over 50% of department stores in malls predicted to close by 2021, real estate services firm says
Department stores still represent about 60% of the anchor space within malls across the U.S. today, according to Green Street Advisors.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Powell says the economy will likely need more support from the Fed for the recovery to be 'robust'
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said more stimulus is needed to ensure a robust economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Fed pledges to keep rates near zero until full employment, inflation come back
The Federal Reserve painted a dour picture of current conditions and pledged Wednesday to continue its historically aggressive policy.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Over 50% of malls with department stores are predicted to close by 2021, real estate services firm says
More than 50% of all the malls anchored by department stores in America are going to close permanently by the end of 2021, according to a new report by Green Street Advisors.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

The economic decline in the first quarter reveals even weaker consumers and more unknowns ahead
Consumers reined in spending faster than expected in the first quarter, probably even before states issued stay-at-home orders.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

Pending home sales tank nearly 21% in March, but Realtors claim prices will hold up
Home sales took a deep dive in March as the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the economy, and homebuyers and sellers pulled out of the normally busy spring market.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

8-month 'structured lockdowns' could halve economic damage from the coronavirus, research claims
Researchers at Cambridge University and the U.S. Federal Reserve Board found that imposing no lockdown measures in the face of Covid-19 was "extremely risky" for developed economies.

CNBC Economy
Apr 29, 2020

US GDP shrank 4.8% in the first quarter amid biggest contraction since the financial crisis
This marked the first negative GDP reading since the 1.1% decline in the first quarter of 2014 and the worst level since the 8.4% plunge in Q4 of 2008 during the worst of the financial crisis

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

The Fed may provide more details on the policy 'bazooka' it fired to help markets
The Fed is not expected to adjust rates but it could provide details on the unprecedented moves it has made to fight the virus impact.

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

Federal Reserve seeks banks' advice as it gets into direct lending with coronavirus relief
The Federal Reserve has reached out to investment and retail banks for feedback on its Main Street lending program ahead of its formal launch, according to people familiar with the matter.

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

Millions can't access unemployment benefits so actual job losses are likely greater than data shows
The number of Americans who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic could be even bleaker than official government data suggests.

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

Top ad firm outlines business sectors hit the most by the pandemic, and the ones that are faring better... for now
Sectors like health care or financial services have been less impacted by the pandemic so far, but Omnicom foresees demand for marketing services to decline as advertisers cut costs in the short term.

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

The US will need to spend trillions more as economy takes until 2022 to fully recover: CNBC survey
A third of respondents in the CNBC Fed survey believe the economy won't be fully restored until the second quarter of 2022.

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

Consumer confidence plunges in April as millions lose jobs
The Conference Board said Tuesday that its confidence index tumbled to a reading of 86.9, the lowest level in nearly six years and down from 118.8 in March.

CNBC Economy
Apr 28, 2020

Home prices were gaining serious strength just before coronavirus, up 4.2% annually, Case-Shiller says
Home prices were not only gaining in February, the gains were increasing steadily. The expectation, however, is that price gains will weaken and potentially fall in some of the markets hardest hit by the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Apr 27, 2020

These 18 states are already paying gig workers and self-employed Americans unemployment
About a third of states are currently paying out unemployment compensation under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which covers gig workers, independent contractors and self-employed Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

These 17 states are already paying gig workers and self-employed Americans unemployment
About a third of states are currently paying out unemployment compensation under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which covers gig workers, independent contractors and self-employed Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

Trump signs $484 billion coronavirus relief bill to boost small business, hospitals and testing
The bill includes $370 billion for small business aid, $75 billion for hospitals and $25 billion for testing during the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

GOP's Kevin Brady: Punishing businesses with higher taxes would hurt 'blue-collar' workers
"I don't think making us less competitive, less attractive, and taking more of what people earn will ultimately be the answer here," Rep. Kevin Brady told CNBC on Friday.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

These 16 states are already paying gig workers and self-employed Americans unemployment
Just over 15 states are currently paying out unemployment compensation under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which covers gig workers, independent contractors and self-employed Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

US consumer sentiment falls for a third consecutive month
U.S. consumer sentiment fell for a third straight month as people weigh the coronavirus pandemic and the possibility of an economic re-opening.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

Some gig workers are getting $0 in unemployment benefits
Gig workers and other self-employed individuals are trying to make sense of yet another wrinkle in a roundabout process to collect unemployment benefits.

CNBC Economy
Apr 24, 2020

US core capital goods orders unexpectedly rise in March, while durable goods orders plunge 14.4%
U.S. orders for long-lasting factory goods were expected to drop 11.9% in March as the Covid-19 outbreak took hold. Durable goods orders rose 1.2% a month earlier.

CNBC Economy
Apr 23, 2020

The US economy has wiped out all the job gains since the Great Recession
The jobless claims report showed that it took only five weeks for the U.S. economy to erase all the job gains since the Great Recession.

CNBC Economy
Apr 23, 2020

US weekly jobless claims hit 4.4 million, bringing 5-week total to more than 26 million
The total represented a decline of 810,000 from the previous week, but the five-week sum has now surpassed all of the job gains since the financial crisis.

CNBC Economy
Apr 23, 2020

The US economy has now erased all job gains since the Great Recession
The jobless claims report showed that it took only five weeks for the U.S. economy to erase all the job gains in the last 11 years.

CNBC Economy
Apr 22, 2020

Another 4.3 million workers expected to have filed unemployment claims
About 4.3 million workers are expected to have filed unemployment claims last week, bringing virus-related layoffs to over 26.3 million.

CNBC Economy
Apr 22, 2020

Chamath Palihapitiya: We've 'ripped the philosophical band-aid off' on universal basic income
The Social Capital CEO has been critical of the United States' economic reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic, saying that stimulus money should go directly to consumers and workers rather than businesses.

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