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CNBC Economy
Oct 23, 2021

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey says 'hyperinflation' will happen soon in the U.S. and the world
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey weighed in on escalating inflation in the U.S., saying things are going to get considerably worse.

CNBC Economy
Oct 22, 2021

Jeffrey Gundlach says inflation will stay above 4% through 2022
Billionaire investor Jeffrey Gundlach said inflation likely will remain elevated through 2021 and stay above 4% through at least 2022.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2021

Jobless claims fall again as enhanced pandemic benefits fade away
First-time filings for unemployment insurance totaled 290,000 for the week ended Oct. 16, down 6,000 from the previous period.

CNBC Economy
Oct 20, 2021

Weekly mortgage demand drops over 6% after interest rates move even higher
Climbing mortgage interest rates caused another drop in mortgage demand for both refinances and home purchases.

CNBC Economy
Oct 20, 2021

Paul Tudor Jones says inflation could be worse than feared, biggest threat to markets and society
Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones believes that inflation is here to stay, posing a major threat to the markets and the economy.

CNBC Economy
Oct 18, 2021

Homebuilder sentiment bounces back despite ongoing supply chain problems
Homebuilder confidence rose in October thanks to strong buyer demand.

CNBC Economy
Oct 18, 2021

Supply chain chaos is already hitting global growth. And it's about to get worse
The Covid-19 pandemic has left one very destructive issue in its wake: disruption to global supply chains.

CNBC Economy
Oct 18, 2021

Mortgage originations will drop 33% in 2022 as interest rates rise, according to industry forecast
The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed loan will rise to 4%, a full percentage point higher than it is now, MBA economists say.

CNBC Economy
Oct 18, 2021

Investors expect the Fed and European Central Bank will keep rates low for too long, survey says
A substantial portion of investors expect the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank to keep monetary policy slightly too loose for too long, according to a Deutsche Bank survey.

CNBC Economy
Oct 15, 2021

Fed's Barkin backs tapering plans and expresses concern about inflation
Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin said he's on board with reducing the amount of economic help the central bank is providing.

CNBC Economy
Oct 15, 2021

Retail sales unexpectedly rise in September as consumers keep spending
Consumers spent at a much faster pace than expected in September, defying expectations for a pullback amid pervasive supply chain problems.

CNBC Economy
Oct 14, 2021

Jobless claims fall below 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic began
Initial claims for unemployment insurance for the week ended Oct. 9 were expected to total 318,000.

CNBC Economy
Oct 13, 2021

Fed says it could begin 'gradual tapering process' by mid-November
The Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released minutes from its Sept. 21-22 policy meeting.

CNBC Economy
Oct 13, 2021

Consumer prices rise more than expected as energy costs surge
Consumer prices increased slightly more than expected in September as food and energy price rises offset declines in used cars, the Labor Department said.

CNBC Economy
Oct 13, 2021

Weekly mortgage demand stalls, as rates jump to highest level since June
Mortgage rates continued their trudge higher last week, leaving most homeowners with little to no incentive to refinance.

CNBC Economy
Oct 12, 2021

A record 4.3 million workers quit their jobs in August, led by food and retail industries
Job openings declined sharply in August while hiring also fell and the level of workers quitting their jobs hit the highest level since at least late 2000.

CNBC Economy
Oct 08, 2021

Strong wage gains cast doubt that inflation is going away anytime soon
September's wage gains provided more fuel to the argument that the current pace of inflation could run longer than many economists anticipate.

CNBC Economy
Oct 08, 2021

September's jobs creation comes up short with gain of just 194,000
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by 500,000 in September, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2021

Fed Governor Lael Brainard is in line for a key banking position. Here's what it could mean for Wall Street
Fed Governor Lael Brainard should figure prominently as President Joe Biden weighs who will chair the central bank and who will specifically supervise banks.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2021

Jobless claims post sharp decline to 326,000, better than expectations
Initial filings for jobless benefits were expected to total 345,000 for the week ended Oct. 2, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Oct 06, 2021

Companies hired at a brisk pace in September despite fears about Covid and the economy, ADP says
Private jobs rose by 568,000 for the month, better than the Dow Jones estimate of 425,000 and ahead of the downwardly revised 340,000 in August.

CNBC Economy
Oct 06, 2021

As mortgage rates shoot even higher, refinance demand plummets 10%
A sharp jump in mortgage interest rates over the past few weeks is taking its toll on mortgage demand.

CNBC Economy
Oct 05, 2021

Fed's Evans sees inflation falling below central bank's 2% target after current rise subsides
The current spate of inflation won't last and ultimately will fall below the Federal Reserve's target, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said.

CNBC Economy
Oct 05, 2021

Yellen sees inflation staying higher for the next several months
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen cautioned Tuesday that inflationary pressures hitting the U.S. economy could last for a while.

CNBC Economy
Oct 05, 2021

U.S. faces a recession if Congress doesn't address the debt limit within 2 weeks, Yellen says
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen believes the economy would fall into a recession if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling before an default on the U.S. debt.

CNBC Economy
Oct 01, 2021

Stocks are at a 70-year high as a share of household financial wealth
Equity holdings now make up about half of the $109.2 trillion of financial assets that households own.

CNBC Economy
Oct 01, 2021

Key inflation gauge watched by the Federal Reserve hits another 30-year high
Inflation ran at a fresh 30-year high in August as supply chain disruptions and extraordinarily high demand fueled ongoing price pressures.

CNBC Economy
Sep 30, 2021

Yellen lends support for effort to remove the debt ceiling altogether
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Thursday she would just as soon see the power over debt limits taken away from Congress.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2021

Mortgage demand falls as rates rise to highest level since July
Higher rates caused mortgage demand to drop for refinances and home purchases.

CNBC Economy
Sep 28, 2021

Sen. Warren calls Fed Chair Powell a 'dangerous man,' says she will oppose his renomination
Sen. Elizabeth Warren charged that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has led an effort to weaken the nation's banking system, and she will oppose his renomination.

CNBC Economy
Sep 28, 2021

Watch Powell and Yellen speak live to Senate panel on Covid relief efforts
Topic: RobocarsTags: forbesA recently released video shows Waymo having some real problems when it encounters a construction zone it doesn't understand (that's expected) but then the remote ops team gives the wrong instructions and a comedy of errors follows. I discuss it here:

Waymo Peforms Embarrassingly In Construction Cone Situation



CNBC Economy
Sep 28, 2021

Fed Chair Powell to warn Congress that inflation pressures could last longer than expected
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell cautioned Washington legislators that the causes of the recent rise in inflation may last longer than anticipated.

CNBC Economy
Sep 27, 2021

Fed officials say they see a pullback in their economic support even with inflation cooling
At least three Federal Reserve officials said Monday they are ready to pull back on stimulus even though they don't see a threat from inflation.

CNBC Economy
Sep 27, 2021

Fed officials say they see a pullback in stimulus even with inflation cooling
At least three Federal Reserve officials said Monday they are ready to pull back on stimulus even though they don't see a threat from inflation.

CNBC Economy
Sep 27, 2021

Dallas Fed President Kaplan to retire early on Oct. 8, citing trading disclosure 'distraction'
Topic: RobocarsTags: forbesA recently released video shows Waymo having some real problems when it encounters a construction zone it doesn't understand (that's expected) but then the remote ops team gives the wrong instructions and a comedy of errors follows. I discuss it here:

Waymo Peforms Embarrassingly In Construction Cone Situation



CNBC Economy
Sep 27, 2021

Boston Fed President Rosengren abruptly announces retirement 9 months earlier than planned
Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren announced he is stepping down on Thursday, citing health concerns.

CNBC Economy
Sep 27, 2021

Boston Fed President Rosengren to retire September 30, 9 months earlier than planned
Topic: RobocarsTags: forbesA recently released video shows Waymo having some real problems when it encounters a construction zone it doesn't understand (that's expected) but then the remote ops team gives the wrong instructions and a comedy of errors follows. I discuss it here:

Waymo Peforms Embarrassingly In Construction Cone Situation



CNBC Economy
Sep 24, 2021

Costco, Nike and FedEx are warning there's more inflation set to hit consumers as holidays approach
Shipping bottlenecks that have led to rising freight costs that will be passed onto consumers are cooking up a holiday headache for U.S. retailers.

CNBC Economy
Sep 23, 2021

Federal Reserve holds interest rates steady, says tapering of bond buying coming 'soon'
The Fed indicated rate hikes could be coming sooner than expected, and it significantly cut it economic outlook for this year.

CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2021

Here's what changed in the new Fed statement
This is a comparison of Wednesday's Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policymaking meeting on July 28.

CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2021

Existing home sales fall 2% as first-time buyers are priced out
The share of first-time buyers fell to just 19% of all sales, the lowest since January 2019.

CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2021

Jamie Dimon warns it's possible the Fed could be forced into a sharp move next year
Jamie Dimon said that if the U.S. continues to see inflation running hot over the next few months then the central bank could be forced to act quickly.

CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2021

Stronger mortgage demand points to September surge in home sales
Mortgage demand rose last week as more buyers came into the housing market.

CNBC Economy
Sep 21, 2021

The Fed will try to soothe markets Wednesday, while preparing investors for end to bond buying
After Monday's market turbulence, the Fed's challenge will be to sound reassuring while acknowledging it is getting ready to move away from its easy policy.

CNBC Economy
Sep 18, 2021

After years of being 'squeaky clean,' the Federal Reserve is surrounded by controversy
The Federal Reserve has a big meeting on tap next week, one that will be held under the cloud of an ethical dilemma.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2021

Retail sales post surprise gain as consumers show strength despite delta fears
Economists surveyed by Dow Jones expected retail sales to decline by 0.8% in August and for initial jobless claims to total 320,000.

CNBC Economy
Sep 14, 2021

Consumer prices post smaller-than-expected increase in August
Consumer prices in August rose 5.3% from a year ago and 0.3% from July, the Labor Department reported.

CNBC Economy
Sep 14, 2021

Consumer prices post smaller than expected increase in August
The consumer price index was expected to increase 5.4% from a year ago in August, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Sep 14, 2021

Tuesday's CPI report likely to show inflation continuing to run hot, putting the Fed in tough spot
Tuesday's report of the consumer price index could set the tone for markets ahead of next week's Federal Reserve meeting, particularly if it is hot.

CNBC Economy
Sep 10, 2021

Producer inflation accelerated in August, as wholesale prices rose record 8.3% from a year ago
The producer price index for final demand products was expected to increase 0.6% in August, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Sep 09, 2021

Weekly jobless claims post sharp drop to 310,000, another new pandemic low
Initial filings for unemployment benefits were expected to total 335,000 for the week ended Sept. 4.

CNBC Economy
Sep 09, 2021

Businesses are feeling stronger inflation and paying higher wages, Fed's 'Beige Book' says
Businesses are experiencing escalating inflation that will likely be passed onto consumers, the Fed reported Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Sep 08, 2021

Job openings soar to 10.9 million as companies struggle to fill positions
Job openings outnumbered the unemployed by more than 2 million in July as companies struggled to fill a record number of vacancies.

CNBC Economy
Sep 07, 2021

A sharp rise in wages is contributing to worries over inflation
August's jobs report, besides being a big disappointment, also showed that even with weak hiring, wages are rising.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2021

Jobs report disappoints — only 235,000 positions added vs. expectations of 720,000
Job creation for August was a huge disappointment, with the economy adding just 235,000 positions against expectations of 720,000.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2021

Joseph Stiglitz says it's time to rewire the U.S. economy: ‘We shouldn't let a good crisis go to waste'
The former chief economist of the World Bank told CNBC that the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted how the economic system isn't working.

CNBC Economy
Sep 01, 2021

Private payrolls increase by just 374,000 in August, far short of the 600,000 estimate, ADP says
Private payrolls rose just 374,000 for the month, well below estimates but above July's 326,000, according to ADP.

CNBC Economy
Aug 31, 2021

Two more factors have popped up that add to the Fed's inflation worries
Trends in home prices and consumer confidence pointed to more inflationary issues on the horizon for the U.S. economy.

CNBC Economy
Aug 30, 2021

Homebuyers sign fewer contracts in July, as high prices chill the summer market
Signed contracts on existing homes fell in July, suggesting a slower fall for closings.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2021

Powell's benign view on inflation is getting pushback at the Fed, and elsewhere
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's conviction that the inflation whipping through the economy this year soon will subside is not universally shared.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2021

Powell sees taper by the end of the year, but says there's 'much ground to cover' before rate hikes
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicated Friday that the central bank is likely to begin tapering before the end of the year.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2021

Fed's Kaplan is worried about inflation and risk-taking, and wants to announce taper in September
Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan would like to see the central bank announce next month that it will begin tightening its policy reins.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2021

Key inflation gauge rises 3.6% from a year ago to tie biggest jump since the early 1990s
An inflation measure the Federal Reserve uses to set policy rose 3.6% in July from a year ago.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2021

The pressure is on for Powell and the Federal Reserve to manage the exit from ultra-easy policies
For the Fed, implementing the easiest monetary policy in history was tough enough. Getting out will be no treat, either.

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2021

Weekly jobless claims hold around pandemic-era low; GDP revised higher to 6.6%
First-time jobless claims filings totaled 353,000 for the week ended Aug. 21 while second-quarter- GDP growth was revised up to 6.6%.

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2021

Fed's Esther George says it's time to start easing off on policy juice
Kansas City Fed President Esther George said it's time for the central bank to start dialing back its policy stimulus.

CNBC Economy
Aug 25, 2021

The economy could be getting help from positive news on the delta variant
If the recovery is going to continue, it will need delta to fade, and there are signs that the tide might be turning, albeit slowly.

CNBC Economy
Aug 23, 2021

Home sales rose for the second straight month in July, as demand outpaced slightly stronger supply
Home sales rose for the second straight month but were barely higher than in July 2020.

CNBC Economy
Aug 19, 2021

Jobless claims hit new pandemic-era low in a sign of hope for the employment picture
Topic: RobocarsTags: forbesTesla released some important new details on the Texas crash that everybody's talking about (but probably shouldn't be talking that much about.)

The new details are not enough, though. Information is now contradictory until we learn more. Was there somebody in the driver's seat or not? We've learned that cruise control did play a role, but are told it brought the car to a stop, which it clearly didn't.

Read more details in this piece at:

Tesla reveals more details on fatal Texas crash, it's a locked-room murder mystery



CNBC Economy
Aug 18, 2021

Federal Reserve preparing for taper this year, July minutes show
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday released the minutes from its July 27-28 meeting.

CNBC Economy
Aug 18, 2021

Mortgage rates hit their highest level in a month, and weekly demand drops
Mortgage demand drops after rates rise to highest level in a month.

CNBC Economy
Aug 17, 2021

Homebuilder sentiment falls to lowest level in over a year as buyers face sticker shock
Homebuilder sentiment falls to the lowest level in a year, due to rising construction costs pushing home prices higher.

CNBC Economy
Aug 17, 2021

Homebuilder sentiment falls to lowest level in a year as buyers face sticker shock
Homebuilder sentiment falls to the lowest level in a year, due to rising construction costs pushing home prices higher.

CNBC Economy
Aug 17, 2021

Retail sales drop worse-than-expected 1.1% in July as rising Covid fears hit consumers
Retail sales were expected to decrease 0.3% in July, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Aug 16, 2021

Retail sales likely dipped in July as consumers held off on purchases amid Covid delta worries
Consumers, concerned over Covid delta spread, likely spent less in July, economists say.

CNBC Economy
Aug 16, 2021

There's growing support within the Fed to announce the tapering of bond purchases in September
Interviews with officials along with their public comments show growing support for a faster taper timeline than markets had expected a month ago.

CNBC Economy
Aug 13, 2021

Consumer sentiment measure falls to pandemic-era low, sees one of largest drops on record
The University of Michigan consumer sentiment index dropped more than 13% in its preliminary August reading.

CNBC Economy
Aug 12, 2021

U.S. jobless claims total 375,000, falling for a third straight week
Jobless claims numbers have come down sharply since the spring as the economy has recovered, and they have settled near the 400,000 level in recent weeks.

CNBC Economy
Aug 11, 2021

July consumer prices jump 5.4%, but core inflation rises less than expected
Prices that Americans pay for everyday goods and services accelerated in July, but about where economists had expected.

CNBC Economy
Aug 11, 2021

Fed should announce bond taper in September, begin it in October, says Dallas Fed President Kaplan
Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said that the central bank should begin to taper its monthly purchases of Treasury bonds in October.

CNBC Economy
Aug 09, 2021

Job openings surge above 10 million for first time ever, Labor Department says
The jump came as the quits increased while the layoffs and discharges rate was unchanged, reflecting increased bargaining power for workers.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2021

Biden skips victory lap after strong July jobs report, warns of economic peril from rising Covid cases
President Joe Biden said the strong July jobs numbers were no cause for celebration, because rising Covid cases pose an urgent threat.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2021

July's strong jobs report could prepare the Federal Reserve to dial back its bond-buying program
The latest jobs report from the Labor Department reflects progress, which could put the central bank on track to dial back its bond purchases.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2021

Unemployment rate falls for every group but is higher for Black and Hispanic workers
Black and Hispanic unemployment dropped in the July jobs report, but the figures are high compared with the jobless rate for whites and Asians.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2021

Payrolls increase 943,000 in July as unemployment rate slides to 5.4%
Hiring rose in July at its fastest pace in nearly a year despite fears over the delta variant and as companies struggled with a tight labor supply.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2021

Continuing jobless claims hit new pandemic-era low, falling below 3 million
Initial jobless claims totaled 385,000 for the week ended July 31, meeting estimates.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2021

Fed Vice Chair Clarida anticipates rate hikes starting in 2023, sees upside risks to inflation
Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said the central bank is likely to hit its targets by the end of next year and start raising rates again in 2023.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2021

Private companies added 330,000 jobs in July, according to ADP, far short of the 653,000 estimate
The 330,000 new positions is also a sharp deceleration from June.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2021

Yellen says enacting Biden's agenda is key to keeping U.S. the 'world's pre-eminent economic power'
Yellen is trying to rally the public behind the bipartisan infrastructure bill and Democrats' even bigger $3.5 trillion spending plan.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2021

Biden approval ratings on Covid and economy fall in new CNBC All-America survey
CNBC's All-America Economic survey showed 48% of American adults approved of the job Biden is doing as president, up a point from the first quarter.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2021

Household debt jumps by the most in 14 years to nearly $15 trillion in the second quarter
Household debt rose by its highest dollar amount in 14 years during the second quarter, thanks mostly to a surge in the housing market.

CNBC Economy
Aug 02, 2021

Fed Governor Waller sees reduction in bond purchases possibly starting in October
The Fed could begin tapering as early as October under a scenario central bank Governor Christopher Waller set out to CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Jul 30, 2021

Key inflation indicator up 3.5% year over year in June for fastest gain since 1991
An inflation indicator that the Fed uses as its key guide rose 3.5% in June, a sharp acceleration that was nonetheless right around expectations.

CNBC Economy
Jul 29, 2021

Pending home sales drop in June — more evidence of a housing turnaround
After rising in May, signed contracts on existing homes fell in June due to sky-high prices.

CNBC Economy
Jul 29, 2021

U.S. GDP rose 6.5% last quarter, well below expectations
While the GDP gain would have been strong prior to the pandemic, it was considerably less than the 8.4% Dow Jones estimate.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2021

Fed holds rates near zero, says economy has gotten better even with pandemic worries
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday held its benchmark interest rate near zero and said the economy continues to progress despite concerns over the pandemic spread.

CNBC Economy
Jul 28, 2021

Mortgage rates just dropped to a six-month low, and refinances shoot higher
Applications to refinance a home loan jumped 9% last week from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2021

The Fed could sound more worried about the virus and less ready to tighten policy
When the Fed emerges from its July meeting on Wednesday, it may sound a bit more dovish than expected just a few weeks ago.

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2021

Home prices broke records in May, according to S&P Case-Shiller
Home prices were 16.6% higher than in May 2020, the highest reading in the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller report's 30-plus years.

CNBC Economy
Jul 27, 2021

IMF warns that inflation could prove to be persistent and central banks may need to act
For the most part, the Washington-based institution sees these price pressures as transitory. However, it warned that "uncertainty remains high."

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