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CNBC Economy
Nov 20, 2020

JPMorgan becomes first major bank to say first-quarter GDP will decline because of Covid surge
Wall Street had been expecting a positive first quarter and improving growth next year.

CNBC Economy
Nov 20, 2020

JPMorgan becomes first major bank to say first quarter GDP will decline because of coronavirus surge
Wall Street had been expecting a positive first quarter and improving growth next year.

CNBC Economy
Nov 19, 2020

October existing home sales see 'spectacular' 26.6% annual gain even with short supply and surging prices
Sales of existing homes in October soared well past expectations, rising 4.3% compared with September and 26.6% annually.

CNBC Economy
Nov 19, 2020

Jobless claims filings pick up amid continued struggles for labor market
First-time filings for unemployment claims were expected to total 710,000 last week, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Nov 17, 2020

Bostic says Fed's tools still have 'juice' and will be used if the economy slows
Even with the prospects of at least two vaccines, Bostic said there are multiple pockets of the economy that will need assistance.

CNBC Economy
Nov 12, 2020

Here are the things that scare Jerome Powell the most about the economy right now
Powell said he worries about women, children and business owners who face long-term consequences from the coronavirus.

CNBC Economy
Nov 12, 2020

Weekly jobless claims fall again in another sign of labor market improvement
Jobless claims totaled 709,000 last week, below the 740,000 Wall Street forecast.

CNBC Economy
Nov 11, 2020

Fed's Rosengren says next 6 months will be 'pretty choppy' despite vaccine news
Eric Rosengren, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, told CNBC the next six months will be "pretty choppy" despite covid vaccine news.

CNBC Economy
Nov 11, 2020

Covid vaccine won't be an ‘instant stimulus' to the U.S. economy, warns economist
The U.S. economy can't depend on a coronavirus vaccine to "solve all our problems," said Carl Tannenbaum, chief economist at Northern Trust.

CNBC Economy
Nov 06, 2020

Unemployment is falling. Long-term unemployment is ballooning
The unemployment rate continues to fall, but the share of unemployed out of work for at least six months is rapidly accelerating.

CNBC Economy
Nov 06, 2020

Jobs report shows labor market stronger than expected, as economy faces new surge in Covid cases
The labor market was stronger than expected in October, showing good momentum ahead of the latest wave of coronavirus cases.

CNBC Economy
Nov 06, 2020

Job growth stronger than expected in October, unemployment rate slides to 6.9%
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 638,000 in October and the unemployment rate fell to 6.9%, both much better than expected.

CNBC Economy
Nov 06, 2020

There are 'pretty high' risks of the U.S. economy backtracking, Moody's economist warns
"We are suffering a very significant reintensification of the virus ... that's going to start doing some damage," said Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics.

CNBC Economy
Nov 05, 2020

Job growth expected to have slowed in October, as rehirings drop off, layoffs increase
Job growth was expected to total 530,000 in October, and the unemployment rate is expected to fall to 7.7%, according to Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Nov 05, 2020

Fed holds interest rates steady near zero, says economy is still well below pre-pandemic levels
"Economic activity and employment have continued to recover but remain well below their levels at the beginning of the year," the statement said.

CNBC Economy
Nov 05, 2020

Jobless claims edge lower but are still well above pre-pandemic levels
The Labor Department reported that 751,000 U.S. workers filed for benefits, compared to 758,000 from the week before.

CNBC Economy
Nov 05, 2020

U.S. needs a 'really, really big' relief package to keep its economy afloat, says Paul Krugman
The U.S. may need several hundred billion dollars a month in "disaster relief," Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman said.

CNBC Economy
Nov 04, 2020

As hopes fade for a major stimulus, here's what it means for the fragile economy
The likelihood that the Senate will stay in Republican hands likely translates into a smaller pandemic aid package.

CNBC Economy
Nov 04, 2020

Fed wants low profile but may repeat that the economy needs stimulus
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is likely to reiterate the need for fiscal stimulus to help the economy recover.

CNBC Economy
Nov 04, 2020

Private payroll growth slows in October, well below expectations
Companies added 365,000 positions for the month, according to ADP, well below the 600,000 estimate from a Dow Jones economist survey.

CNBC Economy
Oct 30, 2020

Fed lowers minimum loan level for small business lending program
The Fed said it is reducing the minimum loan size to $100,000and will ease restrictions on the debt load for companies.

CNBC Economy
Oct 29, 2020

There was a surprise drop in September home sales as buyers were priced out
Potential homebuyers may be hitting the limit of what they can afford. Pending home sales fell 2.2% in September compared with August.

CNBC Economy
Oct 29, 2020

U.S. weekly jobless claims total 751,000, vs 778,000 expected
The number of first-time unemployment claims declined for a second straight week — to the lowest level since Covid shutdowns began in March.

CNBC Economy
Oct 29, 2020

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall to 751,000, their lowest level since March
The number of first-time unemployment-benefits filers fell to the lowest level in the pandemic, the Labor Department said.

CNBC Economy
Oct 29, 2020

U.S. GDP booms at 33.1% rate in Q3, better than expected
The growth came after a 31.4% plunge in the second quarter and was better than the 32% estimate from economists surveyed by Dow Jones

CNBC Economy
Oct 29, 2020

Sharp third-quarter growth will show the economy regaining ground, but it's still in a hole
Third quarter GDP is expected to grow at a sharp pace, but the economy is still behind where it was and may be challenged by a lack of stimulus.

CNBC Economy
Oct 28, 2020

As Washington delays stimulus, the Fed is running out of ways to help the economy
While no Fed official would ever acknowledge that monetary policy ammunition is running low, there appear to be few weapons left in its arsenal.

CNBC Economy
Oct 28, 2020

As Washington delays stimulus, the Fed appears to be running out of ways to help the actual economy
While no Fed official ever would acknowledge that monetary policy ammunition is running low, and in fact would insist to the contrary, there appear to be few weapons left in its arsenal

CNBC Economy
Oct 27, 2020

Home prices in August see biggest gains in more than two years, S&P Case Shiller says
Strong demand and a limited supply of homes have caused home price gains to accelerate dramatically.

CNBC Economy
Oct 22, 2020

Weekly jobless claims drop to nearly their lowest level since the pandemic started in March
New filings for jobless claims in the U.S. totaled 787,000 last week, nearly the lowest total since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Oct 22, 2020

Unemployment claims are down. It's not all for good reasons
About 1 million fewer workers were collecting state unemployment benefits the week of Oct. 10 relative to the week prior, the Labor Department said Thursday. Much of that reduction likely isn't attributable to people returning to work.

CNBC Economy
Oct 22, 2020

September existing home sales jump 9.4%, but 'prices are rising too fast' as supply remains tight
The inventory of homes for sale fell 19.2% annually to just 1.47 million homes for sale at the end of September.

CNBC Economy
Oct 22, 2020

Weekly jobless claims drop to the lowest level since the pandemic started in March
New filings for jobless claims in the U.S. totaled 787,000 last week, the lowest total since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2020

Economic recovery could slow in Q4 after 'steroid of fiscal stimulus' fades, JPMorgan Asset Management says
JPMorgan Asset Management's David Kelly told CNBC the U.S. will get a stimulus package after the November presidential elections are over.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2020

A Fed official who could be Biden's Treasury secretary says Congress needs to pass stimulus to save the recovery
The central bank official cited several areas of concern, including slowing gains in the jobs market from the 21 million positions lost in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2020

Fed's Brainard calls for more stimulus from Congress amid 'highly uneven' recovery
The central bank official cited several areas of concern, including: slowing gains in the jobs market from the 21 million positions lost in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2020

Mortgage demand from homebuyers falls for the fourth straight week
Homebuyer demand is incredibly strong compared with last year, but there appears to be a slight pullback this month.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2020

The GDP report next week will likely show record-breaking economic growth, but it may not help Trump
Next week, the U.S. will get economic news like it has never seen before, reflecting growth that had seemed impossible, as it is likely that GDP will have risen by more than 30%.

CNBC Economy
Oct 21, 2020

A 'blue wave' in U.S. elections could bring forward Fed rate hikes, says Morgan Stanley
The first rate hike by the Federal Reserve could be brought forward from around 2024-2025 to 2023-2024, said Jim Caron, a fixed income portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.

CNBC Economy
Oct 19, 2020

Homebuilder sentiment sets another record high in October
The nation's homebuilders are seeing no fall chill in demand from buyers, and that has the industry more confident than ever.

CNBC Economy
Oct 08, 2020

Years of low interest rates made the current economic crisis worse, Fed's Rosengren says
The central bank official said he expects defaults and bankruptcies to hit that will make the unemployment problem worse.

CNBC Economy
Oct 08, 2020

Jobless claims were worse than expected amid slowdown in hiring
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 825,000 last week, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Oct 08, 2020

Consumers' 'savings buffer' accumulated during pandemic could help aid the economy without stimulus
Morgan Stanley estimates that U.S. households have saved an extra $1.1 trillion as of August, compared to pre-pandemic levels.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2020

As stimulus talks falter, the U.S. economy faces growth coming to a halt
A recovery that has lived by stimulus could die by stimulus, or the lack thereof, as the impasse among Washington leaders hits a new phase.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2020

Fed officials worried that lack of help from Congress will threaten recovery, minutes show
The Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released minutes from its Sept. 15-16 meeting.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2020

Stanford professor on the new remote work economy: A 'productivity disaster' and 'ticking time bomb for inequality'
The work-from-home economy is likely to continue long past the coronavirus pandemic — and it doesn't come without challenges. "If I were a company planning the future of my office," says Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom, "I'd be looking to the suburbs."

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2020

Fed's Kashkari warns that delaying stimulus will have 'enormous consequences'
As the impasse in Washington intensifies, Kashkari told CNBC that workers, businesses and governments need more cash from Congress.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2020

Fed's Kashkari warns delaying stimulus will have 'enormous consequences'
As the impasse in Washington intensifies, Kashkari told CNBC that workers, businesses and governments need more cash from Congress.

CNBC Economy
Oct 07, 2020

Mortgage rates set another record low, sparking new strength in refinances
Mortgage rates moved even lower last week, after setting multiple record lows over the last several months. That caused more borrowers to call their lenders and apply for a refinance, but it did not motivate homebuyers quite as much.

CNBC Economy
Oct 06, 2020

Trump's ending of stimulus talks will mean a 'much slower' recovery, Fed's Mester says
"It's going to be a much slower recovery and it's disappointing that we didn't get a package done," Mester told CNBC.

CNBC Economy
Oct 06, 2020

Fed Chair Powell calls for more help from Congress, says there's a low risk of 'overdoing it'
Powell called Tuesday for continued aggressive fiscal and monetary stimulus for an economic recovery that he said still has "a long way to go."

CNBC Economy
Oct 06, 2020

Watch Fed Chair Jerome Powell talk rates, the economy and pandemic stimulus live
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell delivers his latest views on the economy Tuesday morning to a virtual gathering of the National Association for Business Economics.

CNBC Economy
Oct 05, 2020

Business leaders call for urgent reforms as global economy faces its 'worst state in a century'
Top business leaders say the global economy is facing its worst crisis in a hundred years, and "downside risks remain elevated" unless urgent reforms are enacted during the G-20 summit hosted by Saudi Arabia in November.

CNBC Economy
Oct 02, 2020

'Massively concerning' jobs report sends a signal that the economic recovery could be fading
The Labor Department reported Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 661,000 in September. In normal times, that type of hiring pace would be considered a sign of a robust job market.

CNBC Economy
Oct 02, 2020

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

CNBC Economy
Oct 02, 2020

Jobs report shows fewer hires as recovery loses momentum
The unemployment rate was 7.9%, the Labor Department said Friday in the final jobs report before the November election.

CNBC Economy
Oct 02, 2020

Number of mortgages in coronavirus bailout program jumps 21,000 after declining for six straight weeks
As of Tuesday, roughly 3.6 million homeowners remain in pandemic-related forbearance plans, according to Black Knight, a mortgage technology and analytics firm.

CNBC Economy
Oct 01, 2020

Jobless claims edge lower to 837,000 as slow recovery continues
First-time claims for unemployment benefits were expected to total 850,000 for the week ended Sept. 26, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones.

CNBC Economy
Sep 30, 2020

Fed's Daly calls for more fiscal help to get the economy out of a 'big ditch'
Daly likened the rescue funding so far to a bridge that has helped growth recover somewhat but still needs to be extended.

CNBC Economy
Sep 30, 2020

Mortgage demand falls nearly 5%, even as interest rates set another record low
Mortgage applications to purchase a home fell 2% for the week but were 22% higher than one year ago, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

CNBC Economy
Sep 30, 2020

Companies added better than expected 749,000 jobs amid jump in construction, hospitality, ADP says
Companies added jobs at a faster-than-expected pace in September due in good part to a surge in manufacturing hires, according to a report Wednesday from ADP.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2020

America's most vulnerable families could face financial crisis if government relief fades away, Fed says
Stimulus checks and additional unemployment helped low and middle-income Americans pad savings amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Federal Reserve study. But those lifelines may soon end.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2020

Most small businesses say they're ready for a coronavirus spike, survey shows
The results come amid a grim milestone for the virus, which has claimed more than 1 million lives globally including more than 200,000 deaths attributed to the U.S.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2020

New York bankruptcies reportedly surge 40% during pandemic
Bankruptcies in the New York City region have surged 40% during the coronavirus pandemic compared with the same time a year ago, according to Bloomberg.

CNBC Economy
Sep 29, 2020

Home prices rose 4.8% in July, according to Case-Shiller index
Strong demand from homebuyers in July, coupled with rock-bottom mortgage interest rates, caused home prices to accelerate in major markets across the nation.

CNBC Economy
Sep 24, 2020

New home sales crush expectations, but the supply is running out
Exceptional demand for new and existing homes, brought on by the stay-at-home culture of the coronavirus pandemic, has the housing market severely depleted. Homebuilders are having trouble keeping up.

CNBC Economy
Sep 24, 2020

Racial inequality cost the economy $16 trillion over the last two decades, Citi finds
Citi has put a figure to the economic cost of racial inequality.

CNBC Economy
Sep 24, 2020

Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly as stimulus boost fades
Initial jobless claims were slightly higher than expected as the labor market continues its sluggish recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Economy
Sep 24, 2020

Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly, total 870,000
Initial jobless claims were slightly higher than expected as the labor market continues its sluggish recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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.

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