Prices rose much faster in March than economists had forecast.
Black unemployment is up. Gasoline prices are up. Food prices are up.
President Biden's tax hike plan will cost the American economy one million lost jobs in the first two years, according to a study from the National Association of Manufacturers.
Jobless claims once again unexpectedly rose last week.
The program would shift the economy toward increased dependence on government spending to generate economic growth.
Imports shrank slightly but exports to our trading partners contracted sharply in February.
Job openings in the retail trade sector rose in February, according to data from the Department of Labor's Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey. In January, employers posted 793,000 help wanted notices.
Employers in the U.S. posted 7.4 million open jobs in February, an indication that economic activity was ramping up well before the Biden administration's stimulus plan was finalized or signed into law in March.
Super-charged unemployment benefits may finally be starting to bite.
The median forecast was for 658,000 and an unemployment rate of 6.0 percent.
Manufacturing activity exploded higher in March, fueled by strong growth in new orders, the clearest sign that the economy was ready to boom prior to the stimulus package passed last month and may now be at risk of overheating.
Economists had forecast 680,000.
Larry Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, joined on Wednesday the growing chorus of executives bashing Republican election integrity laws.
A record low supply of homes took a big bite out of home sales in February.
U.S. businesses added 517,000 workers in March as states like Texas and Florida lifted pandemic restrictions, data from payroll provider ADP indicated Wednesday.
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, covering the entire U.S., reported an 11.2 percent annual gain in January, up from 10.4 percent in the previous month.
Consumer confidence soared in March to its best level in a year, the Conference Board said Tuesday. The index of consumer confidence jumped to a reading of 109.7 from a downwardly revised 90.4 in February.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai says the U.S. is not ready to lift tariffs on Chinese imports in the near future, according to theWall Street Journal.
The Dallas Fed said manufacturing expanded at "amarkedly faster pace, with its manufacturing index rocketing to the highest reading in its 17-year history.
Senator Elizabeth Warren clashed publicly with Amazon on Twitter Thursday night after she accused the company of not paying its “fair share” of taxes. The battle is the latest example of rifts in the coalition of the left that brought
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