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CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

Coronavirus stimulus just pushed Fed's balance sheet past $5 trillion for the first time ever
Though its efforts to keep markets running and boost the economy are just getting into gear, the Federal Reserve's asset portfolio has reached levels never seen before.

CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

IMF chief Georgieva says the world is in a recession, containment will dictate strength of recovery
International Monetary Fund chief Kristalina Georgieva said Friday that the global economy is now in a recession thanks to COVID-19.

CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

Pence says economic fundamentals remain strong despite massive coronavirus impact
Vice President Mike Pence said that the fundamentals of the U.S. economy remain strong despite the coronavirus pandemic that has tanked markets and led to unprecedented layoffs of millions.

CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

US consumer sentiment falls to lowest level in more than 3 years
U.S. consumer sentiment fell to a three-year low as the coronavirus outbreak takes a toll on the economy, according to data from the University of Michigan.

CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

The Fed's balance sheet just passed $5 trillion for the first time ever due to coronavirus stimulus
Though its efforts to keep markets running and boost the economy are just getting into gear, the Federal Reserve's asset portfolio has reached levels never seen before.

CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

US consumer spending rose, inflation was moderate in February
U.S. consumer spending rose moderately in February and momentum is set to fade rapidly in the coming months, with the coronavirus pandemic upending life for Americans.

CNBC Economy
Mar 27, 2020

US consumer spending rises moderately in February
U.S. consumer spending rose moderately in February and momentum is set to fade rapidly in the coming months, with the coronavirus pandemic upending life for Americans.

CNBC Economy
Mar 26, 2020

Tudor Jones says DC coronavirus aid is biggest fiscal-monetary 'bazooka' ever, more like 'nuclear bomb'
"We did in two weeks what it took the Fed eight months to do in 2009," hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Mar 26, 2020

US economy grew at 2.1% rate in fourth quarter
The economy grew by a moderate 2.1% in the fourth quarter of last year, but many economists believe that will be the last positive growth seen for some time as the country endures a sharp contraction due to the impact of the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 26, 2020

Jobless claims soar past 3 million to record high
The number shatters the Great Recession peak of 665,000 in March 2009 and the all-time mark of 695,000 in October 1982.

CNBC Economy
Mar 26, 2020

Jerome Powell's message to Americans: 'The Federal Reserve is working hard to support you'
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is trying to reassure Americans about this unprecedented financial crisis ignited by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

House unlikely to vote on historic $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill Wednesday
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate will pass the legislation later Wednesday. The full text of the bill has not yet been released.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

Bernanke says Fed chief Powell 'got ahead of this,' and 'going big' was right thing to do
Bernanke told CNBC the Federal Reserve acted with appropriate force.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke sees 'very sharp' recession, followed by 'fairly quick' rebound


CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

US durable goods orders unexpectedly jump 1.2% in February
New orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods unexpectedly rose in February, but are set to decline as strict measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic sap demand and push the economy into recession.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

Fed's James Bullard says after a short-term 'unparalleled' shock, economy will boom again
The central bank official was in the news earlier this week when he forecast that the unemployment rate will skyrocket to 30%, higher than it was even during the Great Depression.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

Democratic Sen. Chris Coons says $2 trillion coronavirus relief package was 'worth the day wait'
"The things that Democrats stood firm for, expanding unemployment, helping states and counties, investing in hospitals, transparency on the big fund" are now all included, the Delaware Democrat said on CNBC's "Squawk Box."

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

White House and Senate strike a deal on historic $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate will pass the legislation later Wednesday. The full text of the bill has not yet been released.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

Weekly mortgage applications tank 29% as coronavirus sidelines homebuyers
A hike in interest rates, combined with a massive shutdown of the economy caused homeowners and potential homebuyers to back away from the mortgage market.

CNBC Economy
Mar 25, 2020

White House not considering three-month tariff deferral, top trade advisor Peter Navarro says
The White House's top trade advisor denied on Tuesday that the Trump administration was considering a three-month deferral of tariff payments on imported goods to ease the pain of the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Mar 23, 2020

The Federal Reserve just pledged asset purchases with no limit to support markets
The Federal Reserve launched a barrage of programs aimed at helping markets function more efficiently amid the coronavirus crisis.

CNBC Economy
Mar 22, 2020

Coronavirus stimulus bill fails in key Senate procedural vote
Republicans last week rolled out a roughly $1 trillion proposal, which is a bid to slow the potentially catastrophic impact of the coronavirus on the economy.

CNBC Economy
Mar 22, 2020

The government budget deficit is about to explode to fight the coronavirus
Remember when people were all worked up over trillion-dollar government budget deficits? Those might seem like the good old days.

CNBC Economy
Mar 22, 2020

Airlines tell Congress they need cash coronavirus aid or thousands will be furloughed
Airlines warned Congress thousands of jobs were at risk without direct grants to fight impact of coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 22, 2020

Financing programs for businesses hit by the coronavirus could amount to $4 trillion, Mnuchin says
Part of a bipartisan stimulus effort will include joint efforts between the Treasury and Federal Reserve to get liquidity to businesses that need it, Mnuchin told Fox News Sunday.

CNBC Economy
Mar 22, 2020

Fed's Bullard: Coronavirus shutdown is not a recession but an investment in survival
Shutdown measures must be coupled with massive federal government support to sustain the population through isolation and prime the economy to pick up where it left off, Bullard says.

CNBC Economy
Mar 19, 2020

Unprecedented spike in weekly jobless claims is just the start, as unemployment is set to double
Thursday's spike in weekly jobless claims, considered the canary in the coal mine for labor, signals the start of a crush of layoffs.

CNBC Economy
Mar 19, 2020

Investor Ray Dalio estimates the corporate losses in the US from coronavirus will top $4 trillion
The founder of Bridgewater Associates also estimated the global corporate losses will amount to $12 trillion due to the pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Mar 19, 2020

Weekly jobless claims jump to 281,000 ahead of surge in coronavirus layoffs
Jobless claims rose to 281,000 last week, reflecting only the first indications of the impact the coronavirus will have on the U.S. employment picture

CNBC Economy
Mar 19, 2020

Economist: Next week's jobless claims could hit 2 million as coronavirus halt slams labor market
"It looks to me like the order of magnitude in most states seems to be about 10 times higher than the normal weekly numbers before the crisis," said Pantheon Macroeconomics' Ian Shepherdson.

CNBC Economy
Mar 19, 2020

Bank of America says the recession is already here: 'Jobs will be lost, wealth will be destroyed'
Bank of America issued a dire warning to investors on Thursday: The recession is here.

CNBC Economy
Mar 19, 2020

From Boeing to Tennessee whiskey, coronavirus bailout requests top $1 trillion
As the coronavirus outbreak threatens to bring U.S. economic activity to a grinding halt, American businesses are jockeying for a financial lifeline from the administration of President Donald Trump.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

Federal Reserve to shore up prime money market funds amid Wall Street rout
The new Money Market Mutual Liquidity Fund will provide loans to financial institutions to buy assets from prime money market funds.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

President Trump signs coronavirus relief plan to expand paid leave
President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a $100 billion coronavirus aid package into law which includes provisions for emergency paid leave for workers as well as free testing.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

Interest rates are rising, a bad sign as the economy slides toward recession
The Fed is throwing all its fire power at markets, but interest rates continue to rise, a troubling sign when the economy looks set to slow.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler to temporarily close all US factories due to the coronavirus
Detroit's Big Three automakers plan to temporarily close all U.S. factories as the coronavirus sweeps across the country.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

'Hell is coming' — Bill Ackman has dire warning for Trump, CEOs if drastic measures aren't taken now
"America will end as we know it. I'm sorry to say so, unless we take this option," Ackman said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

The coronavirus crisis could inflict record-setting damage on the US jobs market
The first wave of bad economic news directly related to the coronavirus crisis is likely to come from weekly jobless claims figures.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

US housing starts fall less than expected in February
U.S. homebuilding fell in February, pulled down by a sharp decline in the construction of multifamily housing units, and could continue to weaken as the coronavirus pandemic disrupts economic activity.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

Weekly mortgage applications drop over 8% as interest rates jump briefly
A spike in interest rates abruptly ended the refinance boom, pushing mortgage application volume down 8.4%, the Mortgage Bankers Association said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

Mnuchin warns senators of 20% US unemployment without coronavirus rescue, source says
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warned Republican senators that the country's unemployment rate could hit 20% if they failed to act on a proposed coronavirus rescue package and there was lasting economic damage, a person familiar with the closed-door meeting said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 18, 2020

Paid leave, unemployment assistance: What the federal government is doing in response to the coronavirus pandemic
Some of the biggest policy proposals so far include an announcement from Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin that the government is looking at mailing Americans cash assistance and legislation passed by the House of Representatives that provides paid sick leave to some American workers this year.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Nevada to close casinos, businesses and ban dining out to stem coronavirus spread
The order from Democrat Steve Sisolak Tuesday night follows similar moves by more than 10 other governors as states scramble to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Bernie Sanders calls for monthly $2,000 payment to every US household during coronavirus crisis
Sanders also called for robust unemployment insurance, a moratorium on evictions and a waiver on all student loan payments.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Even with $1 trillion stimulus, hit to economy and employment from virus will be big
The double-barreled approach of a $1 trillion proposed fiscal stimulus program and Federal Reserve policy could help soften the blow of a recession.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

The Federal Reserve is adding another program to keep money flowing for big financial institutions
In the central bank's latest effort to keep credit markets flowing, the Fed announced a Primary Dealer Credit Facility, which will provide up to 90 days.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

'No blank check' for airlines seeking more than $50 billion in coronavirus aid, Democrats warn
Labor unions and some lawmakers want worker and consumer protections if airlines get more than $50 billion in government aid to fight the impact of the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Trump seeks stimulus package potentially worth more than $1 trillion, including direct payments to Americans
The White House is seeking a stimulus package worth anywhere from $850 billion to over $1 trillion in a bid to battle the economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook wants to help small businesses pay workers and move online amid COVID-19 crisis
Sandberg said on Tuesday that Facebook will do what it can to help its employees and small businesses manage through the coronavirus outbreak.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Kroger CEO: We have hired 2,000 people and have 10,000 openings in response to coronavirus demand
"We're hiring every day," Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Banks nearly took down the economy in 2008. Now the industry hopes to redeem itself
"They want to be part of the solution this time," said one analyst.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Fed will help businesses get up to $1 trillion in funding in the short-term borrowing markets amid coronavirus crisis
In a move much anticipated on Wall Street, the bank announced a special credit facility to purchase corporate paper.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Fed will help businesses get funding in the short-term borrowing markets amid coronavirus crisis
In a move much anticipated on Wall Street, the bank announced a special credit facility to purchase corporate paper.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Retail sales drop 0.5% in February
Retail sales fell 0.5% in February, indicating the consumer sector was slowing even before the coronavirus struck with force in the U.S.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

Morgan Stanley says a global recession in 2020 is now the firm's 'base case'
Morgan Stanley warned investors on Tuesday that the coronavirus pandemic is fundamentally disrupting the world's economy.

CNBC Economy
Mar 17, 2020

'I don't see how we're going to avoid having a recession,' says former Fed advisor as coronavirus outbreak persists
Even if every American is given $1,000 to ride out the coronavirus crisis, it's still going to be difficult for the U.S. economy to stay afloat, said Andrew Levin, a former special advisor to the Federal Reserve Board.

CNBC Economy
Mar 15, 2020

Mortgage rates likely to fall again after the Fed's latest dramatic response to coronavirus
The Federal Reserve announced it will begin buying $200 billion of mortgage-backed bonds, a move that will stabilize and likely lower mortgage rates, which moved sharply higher last week.

CNBC Economy
Mar 15, 2020

Federal Reserve cuts rates to zero and launches massive $700 billion quantitative easing program
"The coronavirus outbreak has harmed communities and disrupted economic activity in many countries," the Fed said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 15, 2020

Goldman Sachs sees zero US economic growth as the coronavirus spreads
Goldman Sachs sees no economic growth for the U.S. as the coronavirus outbreak roils markets and business activity.

CNBC Economy
Mar 15, 2020

Powell says the Fed doesn't see negative rates as 'appropriate' policy for the United States
The central bank chair said he is focusing on interest rates and other "liquidity tools" to keep credit flowing and financial markets operating properly.

CNBC Economy
Mar 15, 2020

Powell says Fed is 'willing to be patient' before raising rates again amid coronavirus slowdown
"We will maintain the rate at this level until we're confident that the economy has weathered recent events," Powell said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 15, 2020

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin does not expect recession from the coronavirus
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is confident the U.S. economy will weather the downturn from the coronavirus outbreak.

CNBC Economy
Mar 14, 2020

Not every bear market is accompanied by an economic recession, but chances are high
"Now the good news is not all bear markets occur in recessions," a strategist said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 14, 2020

Coronavirus crash is a true 'Black Swan' as Goldman thought the economy was nearly recession-proof
All the risk assessment and economic modeling in the world is futile if it can't anticipate the one variable that matters most - particularly if it's a pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Trump declares national emergency over coronavirus
"The next eight weeks are critical," Trump said as he declared a national emergency over the coronavirus outbreak, freeing up as much as $50 billion for states' use.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Trump gives people with student loans a break amid coronavirus
Trump said people with federal student debt won't have to pay interest amid the coronavirus. That means borrowers could put their payments on pause without any penalty.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin considers suspending student loan payments amid coronavirus
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday that the Trump administration would consider suspending people's student loan payments as part of a larger strategy to mitigate the economic consequences of the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

UAW negotiating paid leave for Fiat Chrysler workers, others regarding coronavirus
The United Auto Workers is in negotiations with Fiat Chrysler and other companies regarding compensation for quarantined employees being monitored for the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Trump plans to declare national emergency over coronavirus pandemic
President Trump plans to declare a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, according to administration officials who spoke to NBC News. The president has scheduled a 3 p.m. ET press conference.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Mortgage rates jump back up to January high, as coronavirus fears put chill on spring housing market
After falling to a record low just two weeks ago, mortgage rates are surging higher again. This comes as real estate agents try to deal with a new normal in what was supposed to be a busy spring housing market.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

JPMorgan sees negative GDP growth but says the US will skirt a technical recession
"It seems appropriate to characterize it as a novel-global recession," said JPMorgan's chief economist.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

The Fed to start buying Treasurys Friday across all durations, starting with 30-year bond
The move comes in response to market demand that the Fed act immediately to quell what has been an extraordinarily volatile time in the bond market, with yields sinking to historic lows amid rising liquidity concerns.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Trump demands more Fed action in coronavirus response even after $1.5 trillion liquidity injection
"The Federal Reserve must FINALLY lower the Fed Rate to something comparable to their competitor Central Banks," Trump tweets, calling out Fed Chair Jerome Powell by name.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

S&P estimates a severe coronavirus outbreak in US could cost $90 billion in insured medical expenses
S&P estimates roughly 50 million insured Americans will eventually get the new coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Trump pressures Congress to 'approve a payroll tax cut' for the rest of the year
A payroll tax cut has not been included in the coronavirus aid package that is reportedly being finalized in negotiations between the White House and House Democrats.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Fed increasingly expected to cut interest rates to zero next week
Wall Street is increasingly expecting the Fed to use more firepower next week and take interest rates back to the zero bound.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

US should give citizens $1,000 a month to limit coronavirus impact on economy, strategist says
The U.S. should follow Hong Kong's lead and give a cash handout to its citizens amid the coronavirus pandemic, a strategist told CNBC Friday.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says White House and Congress close to getting coronavirus bill done
Mnuchin spoke Friday to CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" program.

CNBC Economy
Mar 13, 2020

Small businesses say coronavirus is starting to cause supply-chain squeezes and lost sales
As the coronavirus spreads around the country, small business owners are beginning to feel early impacts such as supply-chain problems and lost sales.

CNBC Economy
Mar 12, 2020

Cramer slams government on coronavirus: 'They know nothing,' evoking his epic 2007 Fed rant
"They know nothing. We know more than they do, and that's not acceptable either," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.

CNBC Economy
Mar 12, 2020

Weekly claims for jobless benefits drop, suggesting coronavirus hasn't yet hit labor market
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment insurance fell last week for a second straight week, an indication that the coronavirus had not yet hit the labor market in a major way.

CNBC Economy
Mar 12, 2020

US producer prices post biggest drop in five years
The report came on the heels of data on Wednesday showing a surprise rise in consumer prices in February and steady increase in underlying inflation.

CNBC Economy
Mar 11, 2020

Economist Alan Blinder says the US is probably already in recession
Blinder said the cause of the current downturn is "fear of shopping" and being in public places where the COVID-19 strain can be spread.

CNBC Economy
Mar 11, 2020

US consumer prices grew 0.1% in February as food costs rose
U.S. consumer prices increased slightly last month, driven higher by more expensive food.

CNBC Economy
Mar 11, 2020

Fed faces headache, taps epidemiologists in hunt for policy clues
The escalating coronavirus outbreak is giving the U.S. Federal Reserve a policy headache like never before: how to judge the potential impact on the economy in the absence of reliable data on how fast the flu-like illness is spreading across the U.S.

CNBC Economy
Mar 10, 2020

The economy is 'like a coiled spring' and a sharp rebound is possible, analysts predict
Investors should avoid getting too bearish after Monday's global market rout, according to Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer of Plurimi Investment Managers.

CNBC Economy
Mar 10, 2020

How bad could it get? Economists predict how the coronavirus could hurt the global economy
A range of banks and financial institutions have offered their worst-case scenarios for 2020, as the spread of the new coronavirus impacts the global economy and roils financial markets.

CNBC Economy
Mar 09, 2020

Fed to step up cash injections for banks to guard against market pressure
The New York Federal Reserve said Monday it will increase the amount of money it is offering to banks for their short-term funding needs

CNBC Economy
Mar 06, 2020

Larry Kudlow: 'I don't want to panic on policy measures' related to coronavirus slowdown
Larry Kudlow told CNBC on Friday that he doesn't want to "panic on policy measures" designed to combat the new coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Mar 06, 2020

'America should stay at work,' despite coronavirus, Larry Kudlow says
Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, discussed the coronavirus outbreak Friday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."

CNBC Economy
Mar 06, 2020

Here's a list of recession indicators and where they stand, according to Bank of America
Bank of America created a list of possible recession triggers to monitor the state of the markets and the economy.

CNBC Economy
Mar 06, 2020

Job growth smashes expectations for February as unemployment falls back to 3.5%
The Labor Department reported Friday that the U.S. economy added 273,000 new jobs during the month, while the unemployment rate was 3.5%.

CNBC Economy
Mar 06, 2020

US trade deficit narrows in January; exports, imports fall
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in January as imports declined, and further decreases are likely as the coronavirus outbreak disrupts the flow of goods and services.

CNBC Economy
Mar 06, 2020

Rate cuts can't save the global economy from the coronavirus, say analysts
The U.S. Federal Reserve lowered its benchmark rate by 50 basis points this week — and investors are expecting more.

CNBC Economy
Mar 05, 2020

'Bond King' Gundlach says Fed panicked and short-term rates are 'headed toward zero'
"Bond King" and DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said that he believes the Federal Reserve panicked in cutting interest rates.

CNBC Economy
Mar 05, 2020

US weekly jobless claims underscore labor market strength despite coronavirus
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, suggesting the labor market was on solid footing despite the coronavirus outbreak, which has stoked financial market fears of a recession and prompted an emergency interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve.

CNBC Economy
Mar 05, 2020

US productivity increases at 1.2% rate in fourth quarter
U.S. productivity in the fourth quarter was seen rising by 1.4%, in line with the prior reading.

CNBC Economy
Mar 04, 2020

Fed 'Beige Book' shows business worried about coronavirus and the election
In the central bank's periodic report from its member districts, officials reported activity growing at a "modest to moderate pace."

CNBC Economy
Mar 04, 2020

US service sector races to one-year high in February
The report came a day after the Fed slashed its benchmark overnight interest rate by a half percentage point to a target range of 1.00% to 1.25%, in the U.S. central bank's first emergency rate cut since 2008 at the height of the financial crisis.

CNBC Economy
Mar 04, 2020

Private payrolls up 183,000 as hiring shows no signs of coronavirus scare
Employment rose by 183,000 for the month, according to a report Wednesday from Moody's Analytics that topped the 155,000 that economists surveyed by Dow Jones expected.

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