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CNBC Economy
Feb 22, 2018

Trump's economic vision ignores immigrants, but it will need their labor
The immigration proposal favored by Trump would shrink the labor supply and the economy's long-term growth potential.

CNBC Economy
Feb 22, 2018

Fed's Bullard warns that too many rate hikes this year could slow the economy too much
Central bankers need to follow the economy, which is showing strength but still little inflation, says St. Louis Fed President James Bullard.

CNBC Economy
Feb 22, 2018

Markets are getting it wrong on rising inflation, economist warns
Market participants have distorted inflation expectations, an economist told CNBC Thursday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 22, 2018

Goldman Sachs sees a greater than 95% chance of a Fed rate hike in March
Goldman Sachs is all but certain the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates next month.

CNBC Economy
Feb 22, 2018

Fed's Quarles pushes for gradual rate hikes, review of crisis-era bank regulations
Inflation running slightly below target shouldn't deter the Fed from raising interest rates, Fed Governor Randal Quarles said in a speech.

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Fed minutes: All signs pointing to more rate hikes ahead
Fed officials see increased growth and an uptick in inflation as justification to continue gradual rate hikes.

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Fed should raise rates gradually this year, Kaplan says
Dallas Fed President Kaplan cited faster economic growth fueled by tax cuts as well as a stronger global economy.

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Market awaits first Fed report after Yellen's handoff to Powell
First up for the new central bank chief is how the market reacts to details from Janet Yellen's last meeting.

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Fed's Harker expects two US rate hikes this year
Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Patrick Harker said he still thinks just two rate hikes this year is "likely appropriate."

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Tight supply, rising prices weigh on US home sales
U.S. home sales unexpectedly fell for a second straight month in January.

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Don't worry about higher interest rates for now, JP Morgan says
You can stop worrying about the effect of higher interest rates on stocks for now, a J.P. Morgan strategist said Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Here's how many hours of work it takes to pay rent in 11 US cities
"Midwest is best."

CNBC Economy
Feb 21, 2018

Homeownership is increasingly for the wealthy
A severe shortage of affordable homes for sale caused a sharp and unexpected drop in January closings.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

Fed could 'rock the boat' with what it says about market's worst fears: higher inflation, interest rates
The Fed minutes Wednesday could have more impact than usual if they provide any insight on inflation and interest rates.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

Pentagon budget increase will lead to a 'major economic disaster,' says retired US Army officer
The spike in defense spending won't solve the military's readiness problems or make us safer, says Daniel Davis.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

Pricey New York City is causing millennials to live above their means
Millennials are likely to exceed their budget on housing in NYC, New York Business Journal reports.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

Denver is 'the most challenging' city in US for first-time homebuyers, says report
Denver is the most challenging city in the country for first-time homebuyers, Denver Business Journal reports.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

More than half of Amazon's HQ2 finalist cities inherited a political problem
Eleven Amazon HQ2 finalist cities are in states lacking nondiscrimination laws. Gay rights advocates have noticed.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

Statehouse politics is creating trouble for more than half of Amazon HQ2 finalist cities
Eleven Amazon HQ2 finalist cities are in states lacking nondiscrimination laws. Gay rights advocates have noticed.

CNBC Economy
Feb 20, 2018

Small-business confidence hits record high in 2018 after Trump tax-reform win
Small-business confidence surging in 2018, according to the CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey.

CNBC Economy
Feb 19, 2018

Goldman Sachs warns wave of US spending is in 'uncharted territory' and poses a danger to growth
Goldman Sachs sees a tidal wave of red ink — and it may drag the U.S. economy into its undertow.

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

Consumer sentiment jumps in February, exceeding record-high 2017 average
U.S. consumer sentiment rose by much more than expected in February.

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

Major apartment developer: 'There is an acute crisis headed our way'
Concerns mount about an overbuilt luxury market and a shortage of affordable rental housing.

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

Waste Management CEO: 80% of company's tax cut going back into the economy
Jim Fish disputes the narrative that major companies are only using corporate tax cut benefits to buy back stock.

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

US import prices rise more than expected in January
U.S. import prices rose more than expected in January as the cost of imported petroleum and a range of other goods increased.

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

Housing starts rebound as building permits rise to the highest level since 2007
U.S. homebuilding increased to more than a one-year high in January, boosted by a rebound in the construction of single-family housing units.

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

Puerto Rico's governor is bullish on blockchain as part of island's comeback
Puerto Rico's governor calls blockchain a "phenomenal technology" and a "game changer."

CNBC Economy
Feb 16, 2018

Sen. Jeff Flake: President Trump's immigration policy would hurt the economy
CNBC's John Harwood talked to Sen. Jeff Flake. Here's what the Arizona Republican said about immigration.

CNBC Economy
Feb 15, 2018

Homebuilders shrug off higher mortgage rates, stay optimistic on economic boost from tax cuts
Tax cuts are still making homebuilders feel better, even as rates rise.

CNBC Economy
Feb 15, 2018

US factory output fails to grow for second straight month
U.S. factory output was flat for the second straight month in January, raising questions about the manufacturing outlook.

CNBC Economy
Feb 15, 2018

These jobs don't have enough people to fill them. See if you can
Employers need people for these in-demand job openings.

CNBC Economy
Feb 15, 2018

Gasoline, health care lift US producer prices in January
Prices accelerated in January, offering more evidence that inflation pressures were building up.

CNBC Economy
Feb 15, 2018

US weekly jobless claims rebound from near 45-year lows
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rebounded from a near 45-year low last week.

CNBC Economy
Feb 15, 2018

Billionaire Blackstone CEO: Inflation fears should not overshadow benefits of a stronger economy
Schwarzman encourages investors not to lose sight of the big picture in the recent market swings.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

JP Morgan slashes GDP estimate to 2.5% after 'hotter than Hades' inflation report
J.P. Morgan slashed expectations for economic growth thanks to a "hotter than Hades" inflation reading.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

January spending weakness is temporary because consumers are about to get a big boost
Any signs of a weak consumer in January's retail sales drop should be reversed by the benefits of the tax package.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Americans are spending $751 million on their pets for Valentine's Day
How much do you love your pet?

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Rising inflation rekindles a big market fear from the 1970s
January's hotter-than-expected consumer price index reading pushes the economy closer to a potential danger zone.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

After months of flash sales and deep discounts, apparel prices spike the most in 3 decades
The Consumer Price Index on Wednesday revealed that apparel prices climbed 1.7 percent in January.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

US business inventories rise more than expected in December
The Commerce Department said on Wednesday that business inventories rose 0.4 percent after a similar gain in November.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Home Depot, Lowe's embark on spring hiring sprees as labor market stiffens
Two of the largest retailers in the U.S. are looking to hire more than 130,000 people combined.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Americans will spend about $19.6 billion on Valentine's Day—including $654 million on co-workers
How do you stack up?

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

January retail sales post biggest decline in 11 months
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell in January, recording their biggest drop in nearly a year.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Consumer prices jump much more than forecast, sparking inflation fears
The U.S. Consumer Price Index is expected to rise 0.3 percent in January, after edging up 0.2 percent a month earlier.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Democrats go on defense as the Republican tax plan grows more popular
America is learning to love the GOP tax plan, and that concerns Democrats as the November midterm elections approach.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Stock jitters and higher interest rates drive weekly mortgage applications down 4.1%
Buying a home is emotional enough. Add a 1,000-plus point drop in the stock market and buyers really start to sweat.

CNBC Economy
Feb 14, 2018

Inflation is seen rising in January, led by rising gas prices and rents
U.S. consumer prices likely increased solidly in January, boosted by rising gasoline and rents.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

White House reportedly considering Mester for Fed vice chair
Loretta Mester is known as one of the more hawkish members in the Federal Reserve.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Blankfein: Tax cuts plus more spending while economy grows is like throwing 'lighter fluid on a fire'
Goldman's CEO says he wouldn't have done it, but calls the plan to spend while cutting taxes a 'bold move.'

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Total US household debt soars to record above $13 trillion
Household debt rose to $13.15 trillion at year-end 2017, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Steve Bannon: 'Yellen's my girl' and should have been reappointed
If Steve Bannon had his way in the White House, Janet Yellen would still be chair of the Federal Reserve.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

3M upgraded at Deutsche Bank: US expansion 'could carry on for years'
Recent tax overhaul in the United States is likely to fuel 3M's expansion higher, according to Deutsche Bank.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Powell says Fed will be vigilant for financial stability risks
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Tuesday the Fed would keep watching for financial stability risks and preserve improvements in regulation.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Tax reform puts pressure on companies to share the wealth
After winning big tax breaks, companies should drive more inclusive growth, says JPMorgan's Peter Scher.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Stock market's rout is not impacting the US economic outlook: Cleveland Fed's Mester
The recent market sell-off and jump in volatility will not damage the economy's overall strong prospects, Cleveland Fed president Loretta Mester said.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Trump wants to impose a 'reciprocal tax' on trade partners
U.S. President Donald Trump said he would push for a "reciprocal tax" against countries, including U.S. allies, that levy tariffs on American products.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Economic cost of the opioid crisis: $1 trillion and growing faster
The number of fatal overdoses related to opoiods is believed to have exceeded 62,500 in 2017.

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Conservatives lash out at GOP spending binge
Deficit hawks in Congress and conservative activists who railed against President Barack Obama's spending plans called the GOP debt explosion "dangerous," ?immoral" and "a betrayal."

CNBC Economy
Feb 13, 2018

Washington is lighting an economic fire, and 'people should be spooked'
With fiscal stimulus coming, some wonder if there is too much of a good thing.

CNBC Economy
Feb 12, 2018

Trump administration mulls sale of Dulles, Reagan airports
The Trump administration is considering selling off Dulles and Reagan airports.

CNBC Economy
Feb 12, 2018

Trump budget trifecta: Plan aims to gut Obamacare, roll back Medicaid expansion, cut Medicare
Republicans spent much of 2017 trying to repeal Obamacare, but failed in those efforts.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

Fed's Dudley: Market drop is 'small potatoes,' economy still strong, rates going up
The tumult in stocks has not changed New York Fed President Bill Dudley's views on the economy.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

Why cool the economy down now, Fed's Kashkari asks
Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari said he does not think the Fed should raise rates unless wages and inflation start to take off.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

Trump tax cuts trickle across America, bringing glee and skepticism
More than 200 companies are giving bonuses to at least 3 million U.S. workers.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

US jobless claims unexpectedly drop to a near 45-year low
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, dropping to its lowest level in nearly 45 years.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

Fed won't overreact to good economic news, Williams says
The Federal Reserve will stick to its plan for "steady, gradual" interest-rate increases, a Fed policymaker said.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

January was the strongest month for hiring in 9 months: LinkedIn report
Hiring across the U.S. was 13 percent higher last month than a year earlier, the LinkedIn Workforce Report finds.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

Fed's Kaplan says US growth could slip in the coming two years
U.S. economic growth may peak in 2018 and could slow in the coming two years, Dallas Fed President Robert S. Kaplan said Thursday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 08, 2018

Fed is likely to continue raising rates: Kaplan
U.S. economic growth may peak in 2018 and could slow in the coming two years, Dallas Fed President Robert S. Kaplan said Thursday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 07, 2018

New Fed Chairman Powell could have a few surprises in store for the market
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell may have surprises in store, judging by past statements he has made.

CNBC Economy
Feb 07, 2018

'Bad' incentives, poor communication behind the Wells Fargo sales scandal: Fed's Dudley
Bad incentive structures for employees and a lack of communication to management contributed to Wells Fargo's sales practices scandal, the Fed's William Dudley said.

CNBC Economy
Feb 07, 2018

Fed's Kaplan: Higher wages may not push up prices
The recent sell-off in the stock markets is a "healthy" correction from high valuations, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said in Frankfurt on Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 07, 2018

Fed's Kaplan says the market correction is healthy and sees no impact on the economy
The recent sell-off in the stock markets is a "healthy" correction from high valuations, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said in Frankfurt on Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 07, 2018

US solar industry lost nearly 10,000 jobs in 2017
The U.S. solar industry lost nearly 10,000 jobs last year, led by steep losses in California and Massachusetts where installation growth has slowed.

CNBC Economy
Feb 06, 2018

Economist LaVorgna: The Fed should raise rates to 2 percent and then just stay there
Quantitative tightening will likely have a significant, adverse impact on the economy and markets.

CNBC Economy
Feb 06, 2018

Fed's Bullard says job market strength may not lead to higher inflation
James Bullard is CEO and president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

CNBC Economy
Feb 06, 2018

Soaring imports push US trade deficit to nine-year high
The U.S. trade gap widened more than expected in December, hitting its highest level since 2008 as robust domestic demand pushed imports to a record high.

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

Here's how much you have to earn to live comfortably across the US
Getting by is a lot easier some places than others.

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

Non-manufacturing sector accelerates, reaching 12½-year high
The rate of growth in the economy's service sector perked up in January after its pace eroded in the prior two months.

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

New bipartisan bill would protect young immigrants and fund border security, but neglects the wall
The plan would increase border security while protecting the so-called dreamers.

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

New Fed chairman Jerome Powell has his hands full as he takes office
Jerome Powell will have his hands full now that he's chairman of the Federal Reserve.

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

New Fed chairman Powell has his hands full as he takes office
Jerome Powell will have his hands full Monday morning when he takes over as head of the Federal Reserve.

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

A decade after recession, a jump in U.S. states with wage gains
Analysis of state-by-state data suggests falling unemployment has begun boosting wages giving workers a pay raise

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

A decade after recession, a jump in US states with wage gains
Analysis of state-by-state data suggests falling unemployment has begun boosting wages giving workers a pay raise

CNBC Economy
Feb 05, 2018

Janet Yellen calls stock market, real estate valuations 'high' in last interview before exit as Fed chief
Janet Yellen ended her long career at the Fed with concerns over how high the stock market has surged under her watch.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

No progress on 'Dreamers' as another US government shutdown looms
The House of Representatives plans to vote on Tuesday on legislation to keep federal agencies operating past Feb. 8.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Amazon's HQ2 is a 'money losing investment for taxpayers,' warns top Fed official
The city Amazon chooses for its second headquarters may end up paying too high of a price, says Neel Kashkari.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Janet Yellen exits the Fed on Friday amid heavy praise and bitter criticism
By typical standards, Janet Yellen's performance as Fed chair would be considered an unqualified success.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Janet Yellen exits the Fed with an economy that's getting high marks — but her grade is 'incomplete'
By typical standards, Janet Yellen's performance as Fed chair would be considered an unqualified success.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Yellen to start Monday at Brookings Institution, following Bernanke
Departing Fed Chair Janet Yellen will have a new job on Monday.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

US factory orders post fifth straight monthly increase
New orders for U.S.-made goods increased more than expected in December, but spending on equipment appeared to be slowing after strong growth in 2017.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

US consumer sentiment falls less than expected, remaining near all-time highs
U.S. consumer sentiment was expected to slip in the January final reading.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Here's where the jobs are — in one chart
Job gains in January were led by the health-care and construction industries.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Best wage growth since 2009 spurs talk of more Fed rate hikes
The best wage growth since 2009 sparked speculation the Fed may have to raise interest rates more than the three times it has forecast.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Fed's Kashkari: Wage growth is good for workers, but maybe not so much for stock investors
"If wage growth continues that could have an effect on the path of interest rates," he says.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Black unemployment spikes to 7.7%, up from record low
After touching the lowest level since the government started tracking the data in 1972, unemployment for black workers is back above 7%

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

1 million US jobs will vanish by 2026. Here's how to prepare workers for an automated future
We need a higher education revolution to prepare workers for AI, says Jiffy Lube co-founder Stephen Spinelli Jr.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

US adds 200,000 jobs in January, beating expectations — wages jump
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by 180,000 in January and the unemployment rate to hold steady at 4.1 percent, according to Reuters.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

US adds 200,000 jobs in January, beating expectations — wages jump best since crisis
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by 180,000 in January and the unemployment rate to hold steady at 4.1 percent, according to Reuters.

CNBC Economy
Feb 02, 2018

Mortgage rates jump even higher after positive jobs report
A strong employment report sent bond yields even higher, and mortgage rates loosely follow the yield on the 10-year Treasury.

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