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CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2020

Existing home sales jump to 14-year high, as prices set another record
After a record-setting July, the housing market still shows no sign of cooling off. Existing home sales rose to the highest level since December 2006.

CNBC Economy
Sep 22, 2020

Powell pledges the Fed's economic aid 'for as long as it takes'
While Powell said the accommodative policies will continue as needed, he added that the economy has improved.

CNBC Economy
Sep 18, 2020

Michael Farr: The problem with the U.S. economy is there are too many poor people
It's easy to hate the rich for all that they have and all that you don't, but the rich aren't the problem.

CNBC Economy
Sep 18, 2020

Fed's Bullard says 'biggest growth quarter of all time' will lift inflation
Bullard also said he sees the unemployment rate falling to 6.5% by the end of the year, an estimate well below the median projection of 7.6% that his Fed colleagues released earlier this week.

CNBC Economy
Sep 17, 2020

Jobless claims were lower than expected but employment growth is still sluggish
First-time claims for unemployment insurance beat Wall Street estimates last week as the U.S. economy enters a critical new stage.

CNBC Economy
Sep 17, 2020

U.S. housing starts fall more than expected in August as multi-family home construction slumps
U.S. homebuilding fell in August after strong gains in the prior three months, but the housing market remains supported by record-low interest rates and demand for properties in the suburbs and low-density areas as many people work from home.

CNBC Economy
Sep 17, 2020

Climate change is fueling wildfires in the West, ravaging local economies
Wildfires, driven by climate change, are raging across the Western United States crushing local economies. It's a wakeup call for the Trump administration.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

Fed picks its side in inflation debate and sends market a message — no rate hikes for years
The Fed does not expect to see inflation to pick up for years, and it is willing to keep rates at zero even after it does.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

Fed leaves rates unchanged - Three experts on what that means
The Fed left rates unchanged in its last meeting before the 2020 presidential election in November. It also indicated rates were unlikely to rise until at least 2023. Three experts weigh in on what the Fed decision means.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

Fed holds rates steady near zero and indicates it will stay there for years
The Federal Reserve kept its pledge to keep interest rates anchored near zero and promised to keep rates there until inflation rises consistently.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

U.S. consumer spending appears to slow in August
U.S. consumer spending appeared to slow in August as extended unemployment benefits were cut for millions of Americans.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

Yelp data shows 60% of business closures due to the coronavirus pandemic are now permanent
Yelp on Wednesday released its latest Economic Average Report, revealing business closures across the U.S. are increasing as a result of the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

Mortgage demand fell last week as interest rates stalled
With no major move in mortgage rates, there was no sudden incentive to refinance a home loan last week, so fewer people did.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

In last meeting before election, the Fed could placate markets with promise of low rates for years
The Fed is unlikely to take any policy actions Wednesday, but it is expected to say it will keep its dovish policies in place for years.

CNBC Economy
Sep 16, 2020

OECD projects global GDP will collapse by 4.5% this year
Going forward, the OECD expects the global economy to grow by 5% in 2021.

CNBC Economy
Sep 15, 2020

The Fed could still move markets Wednesday even with rates on hold for the foreseeable future
The Federal Open Market Committee will provide its quarterly update on where it sees GDP, unemployment and inflation heading.

CNBC Economy
Sep 15, 2020

U.S. import prices beat expectations in August as inflation warms up
U.S. import prices increased more than expected in August and gains in the prior month were revised sharply higher, supporting views that inflation pressures were building up.

CNBC Economy
Sep 15, 2020

A snapshot of the $1.2 trillion freelance economy in the U.S. in the age of Covid-19
More than one-third of the American workforce freelance amid the Covid-19 pandemic, contributing $1.2 trillion to the U.S. economy, a study by Upwork revealed Tuesday.

CNBC Economy
Sep 15, 2020

The Federal Reserve will stay on hold until 2023, according to CNBC survey
The Fed will likely keep interest rates at near zero until February 2023, according to latest CNBC Fed Survey.

CNBC Economy
Sep 11, 2020

Used cars drive U.S. consumer prices higher in August
U.S. consumer prices increased solidly in August, but labor market slack is likely to keep a lid on inflation as the economy recovers from the Covid-19 recession.

CNBC Economy
Sep 11, 2020

U.S. consumer prices increase solidly in August
U.S. consumer prices increased solidly in August, but labor market slack is likely to keep a lid on inflation as the economy recovers from the Covid-19 recession.

CNBC Economy
Sep 10, 2020

Goldman now sees a 35% jump in Q3 GDP, much higher than the rest of Wall Street
Goldman economists said third quarter GDP growth is tracking at 35%, driven in large part by the surprising strength of consumer spending.

CNBC Economy
Sep 10, 2020

Alan Greenspan lists inflation and the budget deficit as his biggest concerns
On the budget deficit, he said the federal government's spending imbalance is "getting out of hand."

CNBC Economy
Sep 10, 2020

Weekly jobless claims miss estimates as employment gains taper
First-time filings for unemployment claims had been expected to total 850,000 last week, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Sep 10, 2020

U.S. producer prices beat expectations in August
U.S. producer prices rose a bit more than expected in August as the cost of services increased solidly, while underlying producer inflation continued to firm.

CNBC Economy
Sep 09, 2020

Job openings top expectations even as rate of hiring slows
Job openings rose 10% in July to a pandemic high though the rate of hiring saw a sharp slump, according to a Labor Department report Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Sep 08, 2020

Why the real unemployment rate is likely over 11%
The official unemployment rate fell to 8.4% in August. But the true jobless figure is likely much higher, perhaps remaining at a level higher than any other period since the Great Depression, according to economists.

CNBC Economy
Sep 05, 2020

Worries grow over a K-shaped economic recovery that favors the wealthy
Worries of a K-shaped recovery are growing in the alphabet-obsessed economics profession. That would entail continued growth, but split sharply between industries and economic groups.

CNBC Economy
Sep 04, 2020

Payrolls increase by nearly 1.4 million as the unemployment rate tumbles


CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

Insana: Why the Fed's new inflation policy could backfire
Certain often-overlooked markets may be telling us that the Fed's new policy framework is going to have some unintended consequences.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

El-Erian: Economic recovery held back because people don't trust each other over coronavirus
"Yes, some people are not able to go back to work. ... But there are others that are not willing to do so," the chief economic advisor at Allianz told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

Executive action is powerful, but presidents can't save the economy without the help of Congress
Executive orders are a powerful tool when presidents can't agree with Congress. But that power is limited, especially when it comes to spending. After all, Congress holds the purse strings. Still, when pressure is mounting, presidents throughout history have used executive orders in hopes of trying to achieve their agenda.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

U.S. trade deficit jumps to 12-year high in July
The U.S. trade deficit surged to its highest level since 2008 in July amid a record increase in imports, suggesting that trade could be a drag on economic growth in the third quarter.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

U.S. productivity rises a record 10.1% in the second quarter
U.S. productivity rose at a 10.1% rate in the second quarter as the number of hours worked declined by the largest amount since the government started compiling the data more than 70 years ago.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

Weekly jobless claims total 881,000, better than expected as labor market continues to heal
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 950,000 last week, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

Budget deficit to hit record $3.3 trillion due to virus, recession
The federal budget deficit is projected to hit a record $3.3 trillion due to Covid-19 costs and the recession, the Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Sep 03, 2020

U.S. deficit to hit a record $3.3 trillion, bigger than the economy's size for the first time since WWII
The federal budget deficit is projected to hit a record $3.3 trillion due to Covid-19 costs and the recession, the Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2020

Job growth appears stuck in neutral after enhanced unemployment expired, data shows
Firms that track job growth for workers in industries like retail and hospitality say that employment barely budged in August.

CNBC Economy
Sep 02, 2020

Private payrolls grow by 428,000 but miss expectations, ADP report says
Companies added 428,000 jobs during the month, well below the projections for 1.17 million though a leap above the lackluster 212,000 that ADP measured for July.

CNBC Economy
Sep 01, 2020

U.S. economy needs over $1 trillion in fresh coronavirus stimulus, says world's biggest hedge fund
"There are some winners in the economy and the average looks OK, but there are still huge losers versus those winners, and that's a big societal challenge," Bridgewater Associates co-CIO Greg Jensen told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Sep 01, 2020

Job growth expected to slow sharply over the next decade, Labor Department says
The pace of job gains over the next decade will slow considerably amid a sharp decline in the active labor force and an aging population, according to Labor Department projections released Tuesday.

CNBC Economy
Aug 31, 2020

Fed's Clarida says rates won't rise just because unemployment falls
Clarida also said he and his fellow officials do not see negative interest rates as a viable option now and doubt the effectiveness of yield curve controls, though that could change.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

Fed's Bullard says the recession is over but rates will 'stay low for a long time'
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on "Closing Bell" that he expects the economy to continue to recover into next year while the central bank holds its policies steady.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

Economy, jobs, cost of living top Covid-19 fears as voters worry about their finances, CNBC/Change Research poll finds
A CNBC poll finds that one-third of likely U.S. voters describe their finances as "poor" or "not so good." Here are five money moves to make now to help shore up your own situation amid a pandemic, economic downturn and contentious national election.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

Fed's Harker says it will take 'a while' for jobs market to heal, would be OK with inflation at 2.5%
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker joined CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss the central bank's new inflation goal.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

US consumer spending rose a moderate 1.9% in July
U.S. consumers increased their spending by 1.9% last month, a dose of support for an economy struggling to emerge from the grip of a pandemic that has held back a recovery and kept roughly 27 million people jobless.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

U.S. consumer spending beats expectations in July
U.S. consumer spending increased more than expected in July, strengthening expectations for a sharp rebound in economic growth in the third quarter, though momentum is likely to ebb as the Covid-19 pandemic lingers and fiscal stimulus dries up.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

Fed's Mester says recovery will be 'a slow one' and more economic support is needed
The Fed will have to keep supporting the economy as the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic "is going to be a slow one," a top official at the central bank said.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

Next up for the Federal Reserve: Convincing the markets it can do what it says it will do
While markets rallied on the sentiment that the new policy would keep short-term rates anchored near zero well into the future, there also was plenty of skepticism that the Fed would be able to reach its goal.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

Global CFOs now have a more positive economic outlook for China than the U.S., survey shows
Global CFOs have a more positive outlook for China's economy than they do for the economy of the United States, the Q3 CNBC Global CFO Council Survey revealed on Friday.

CNBC Economy
Aug 28, 2020

A 'double dip' in the U.S. economy is 'still possible,' says former Fed official
Dennis Lockhart, Atlanta Fed president from 2007 to 2017, said the U.S. economy needs more fiscal stimulus to "ward off a worst-case scenario."

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

Fed pledges to look at if the economy is working for lower-income communities when setting policy
The Fed wants to go far deeper to get lower-income and underemployed Americans to work, before it pulls back from its easy policies.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

Second-quarter GDP plunged by worst-ever 31.7% as economy went into lockdown
A second reading of the U.S. economy in the second quarter reflected the biggest quarterly plunge on record, though the plummet wasn't as bad as initially estimated.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

Delaying an election is incredibly difficult, but here's what experts say could happen to the economy if the 2020 election were postponed
With mounting concerns over mail-in voting, President Trump suggested delaying the election. Experts warn that a postponed election could lead to severe political chaos in Washington and an insurmountable impact on the U.S. economy and the stock market.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

Powell announces new Fed approach to inflation that could keep rates lower for longer
The Federal Reserve announced a major policy shift Thursday, saying that it is willing to allow inflation to run hotter than normal in order to support the labor market and broader economy.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

Another million applied for jobless benefits as coronavirus pandemic's economic toll rises
The number of Americans who filed for unemployment benefits for the first time came in above 1 million for a second consecutive week.

CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

U.S. second reading on Q2 GDP down 31.7%, vs 32.5% decline expected


CNBC Economy
Aug 27, 2020

Wealth gap grows as rising corporate profits boost stock holdings controlled by richest households
Two Federal Reserve economists have recently examined the evidence and concluded the gap is getting even wider.

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2020

The Fed is expected to use a new pandemic-era tool to fight a long-running battle against low inflation
Chairman Jerome Powell is expected to discuss how the Fed hopes to remedy the years-long dilemma of low inflation with a new pandemic-era tool.

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2020

U.S. core capital goods orders slow in July from prior month, while durable goods orders surge 11.2%
Orders for long-lasting U.S. factory goods were expected to rise 4.3% in July, compared with a 7.6% increase a month earlier.

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2020

Fed's Esther George sees risks building of double-dip recession
The central bank official told CNBC the resurgence of Covid-19 "is an important risk to that outlook."

CNBC Economy
Aug 26, 2020

Mortgage demand from homebuyers spikes 33% annually, signaling no end to summer spree
Homebuyers appear to have an insatiable appetite for new and existing homes, applying for mortgages at an incredible pace, according to a weekly measure of mortgage application volume.

CNBC Economy
Aug 25, 2020

As U.S. makes progress on the virus front, Peter Boockvar predicts inflation will become a serious headwind — with or without Fed involvement
Bleakley Advisory Group's Peter Boockvar believes a new inflation cycle is starting.

CNBC Economy
Aug 25, 2020

Sales of newly built homes surge 36% in July
Sales of newly built homes soared 36% annually across the nation in July, as pent-up demand from the shut-down spring market, combined with urban flight and a new desire for more work-at-home space fueled already strong demand.

CNBC Economy
Aug 25, 2020

Brooklyn Nets owners pledge $50 million to create 'economic mobility' in the Black community
Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai told CNBC a five-point plan over 10 years will drive social and economic equality.

CNBC Economy
Aug 25, 2020

Home prices show signs of recovery, rising 4.3% in June, according to Case-Shiller index
Home prices rose 4.3% annually in June, unchanged from the gain seen in May, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index.

CNBC Economy
Aug 25, 2020

Ed Yardeni says economies are recovering 'pretty well' from 'lockdown recession'
The president of Yardeni Research pointed to indicators like retail sales as well as new and existing home sales which have been "very strong."

CNBC Economy
Aug 24, 2020

Powell set to deliver 'profoundly consequential' speech, changing how the Fed views inflation
Powell, who will speak Thursday during a virtual version of the Fed's annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming, conference, will outline what could be the central bank's most active efforts ever to spur inflation back to a healthy level.

CNBC Economy
Aug 24, 2020

Economists offer bleak view of President Trump's first term, citing deglobalization trends and 'protectionism'
As the RNC tries to showcase President Donald Trump's accomplishments, top economists sound off on the impact his economic policies have had so far.

CNBC Economy
Aug 24, 2020

Economists see a chance of a double-dip recession, survey shows
There's a one-in-four chance the economy could fall into a double-dip recession, according to economists surveyed by NABE.

CNBC Economy
Aug 21, 2020

July home sales spike a record 24.7% as prices set a new high
Sales of existing homes soared 24.7% in July from June, according to the National Association of Realtors. The median price of a home sold in July rose 8.5% annually to $304,100.

CNBC Economy
Aug 21, 2020

Why the homeownership gap between White and Black Americans is larger today than it was over 50 years ago
Today's lag in Black homeownership is a direct reflection of years of unfair policies and discrimination. In fact, the nearly 30-percentage-point gap between White and Black homeownership today is actually larger than it was before the Fair Housing Act was passed.

CNBC Economy
Aug 20, 2020

El-Erian says coronavirus devastation of small businesses threatens capitalism in the U.S.
"If you want capitalism to be sustained, you need buy-in from a lot of people. You cannot get buy-in if it's all about large corporations," economist Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Thursday.

CNBC Economy
Aug 20, 2020

U.S. weekly jobless claims jump back above 1 million
The number of people filing for unemployment benefits last week was greater than expected, raising concern about the state of the economy.

CNBC Economy
Aug 19, 2020

Fed officials expect that coronavirus will 'weigh heavily' on the economy, minutes show
The Federal Reserve's policymaking body released minutes Wednesday of its July 28-29 meeting.

CNBC Economy
Aug 19, 2020

Fed faces a 'major challenge' in making its new inflation strategy official, former governor says
The Federal Open Market Committee's meeting minutes for July will be released at 2 p.m. ET.

CNBC Economy
Aug 18, 2020

Walmart says consumer spending dropped as stimulus checks ran out
The retail giant got a bump in sales in the fiscal second quarter as customers rushed to stores to spend their stimulus checks.

CNBC Economy
Aug 18, 2020

U.S. housing starts surge 22.6% in July
U.S. homebuilding picked up for a third straight month in July in the latest sign the housing sector is emerging as one of the few areas of strength in an economy suffering a record slowdown because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Aug 17, 2020

Homebuilder sentiment jumps to record high, but soaring lumber prices could 'dampen momentum'
Potential buyers continue to flood into model homes across the nation, and that has builders feeling better about their business than they have in over 20 years. But rising lumber prices could sap the market's momentum this fall.

CNBC Economy
Aug 14, 2020

Here's why this recession has been different from any other
The Covid-19 pandemic era is setting new standards for what an economic downturn looks like.

CNBC Economy
Aug 14, 2020

Americans keep buying stuff despite the pandemic — retail sales rise for a third straight month
Retail sales rose 1.2% for the month, against the expected increase of 2.3% from economists surveyed by Dow Jones. The news wasn't all a letdown, however: Excluding autos, the gain was 1.9%, ahead of the 1.2% estimate.

CNBC Economy
Aug 14, 2020

Retail sales bounced to an all-time high, but lack of stimulus from Congress puts gains at risk
Retail sales rose to a record level in July, recovering what was lost in the pandemic, but the gains are at risk because of the failure of Congress to agree to a new fiscal stimulus package.

CNBC Economy
Aug 14, 2020

U.S. industrial production rose 3% in July, marking third-straight monthly increase
The Federal Reserve reported Friday that industrial production — including output at factories, mines and utilities — climbed 3% in July after surging 5.7% in June.

CNBC Economy
Aug 08, 2020

Fed's Kashkari advocates six-week economic lockdown to defeat the coronavirus
"To be effective, the lockdown has to be as comprehensive and strict as possible," Kashkari and Michael Osterholm wrote.

CNBC Economy
Aug 07, 2020

Here's where the jobs are — in one chart
CNBC studied the net change in employment by industry for July based on data from the Labor Department.

CNBC Economy
Aug 07, 2020

The jobs report was better than expected, but market worries gains will be fleeting without stimulus
July's jobs report was a slight positive, but market focus remains on whether Congress can agree on stimulus to head off future job losses.

CNBC Economy
Aug 07, 2020

Payrolls increase by nearly 1.8 million, topping expectations despite coronavirus resurgence
Total nonfarm payrolls increased 1.763 million for the month, and the unemployment rate fell to 10.2%, both better than estimates.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2020

Trump's dream of a 'V' recovery is hanging in the balance of stimulus talks
A persistent inability of Congress and the White House to agree on more rescue funding threatens to push those still reeling from virus-related impacts further down the ladder.

CNBC Economy
Aug 06, 2020

Private payroll growth slows sharply in July amid spike in virus
The move to get displaced workers back to their jobs slowed sharply in July, with private payrolls increasing by just 167,000, ADP reported Wednesday.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2020

The ballooning money supply may be the key to unlocking inflation in the U.S.
Investors are keeping a close eye on a surge in the U.S. money supply for signs of inflation's long-awaited return.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2020

Fed's Mester calls on Congress for pandemic recovery help, says 'downside risks' to the economy are on the rise
Mester called Wednesday for more help from Congress and said the central bank stands at the ready to provide whatever resources it can to help an economy at risk from rising coronavirus cases.

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2020

Fed Vice Chair Clarida still sees the economy staging a comeback this year
The central bank's director of bank supervision said he hasn't changed his forecast despite a swell in Covid-19 cases that has caused a general slowing in resumption of activities

CNBC Economy
Aug 05, 2020

Mortgage rates set another record low, but borrowers take a step back
Even with another record low mortgage rate, mortgage application volume decreased 5.1% last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

CNBC Economy
Aug 04, 2020

Home prices see strong June bounce, but economists warn it likely won't last
Home prices in June saw their strongest monthly rise in seven years, spurred on by strong buyer demand and record low mortgage rates. Forecasters, however, say the gains will start to moderate soon, and prices could end up slightly lower by June 2021.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2020

The record-setting jobs comeback looks like it could be coming to an abrupt halt
Spiking coronavirus cases and rollbacks of reopenings in multiple states present roadblocks to continued aggressive gains in jobs.

CNBC Economy
Aug 03, 2020

Economy faces a bumpy ride as it enters healing phase, economist Michelle Meyer says
Michelle Meyer, head of U.S. economics at Bank of America, said the U.S. economy has entered the third phase of the coronavirus pandemic after the lockdown and transition phases when businesses shut down and then started to reopen.

CNBC Economy
Jul 31, 2020

U.S. consumer spending rises for second straight month, income drops further
U.S. consumer spending increased for the second straight month in June, setting up consumption for a rebound in the third quarter, though the recovery could be limited by a resurgence in Covid-19 cases and the end of expanded unemployment benefits.

CNBC Economy
Jul 31, 2020

U.S. consumer spending rises for second straight month in June
U.S. consumer spending increased for the second straight month in June, setting up consumption for a rebound in the third quarter, though the recovery could be limited by a resurgence in Covid-19 cases and the end of expanded unemployment benefits.

CNBC Economy
Jul 30, 2020

Second-quarter GDP plunged by worst-ever 32.9% amid virus-induced shutdown
Neither the Great Depression nor the Great Recession nor any other slump over the past two centuries have ever caused such a sharp drain on the economy.

CNBC Economy
Jul 30, 2020

U.S. weekly jobless claims rise for a second straight week, total 1.434 million
Jobless claims for last week were roughly in line with expectations as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the U.S. economy.

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