Updated March 27 at 8:27pm
Keyword: U.S. economy
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How many more jobs can the U.S. economy add before it runs out of ready, willing, and able workers? more
If you live in a metropolitan area of a million people or more, the U.S. economy looks pretty healthy. more
The U.S. economy grew in the fourth quarter at a 1.9 percent pace, unchanged from an initial estimate, as slower investment by businesses and state and local agencies offset stronger household purchases. more
President Donald Trump spent his first week making good on even his most controversial campaign promises when it comes to immigration, leaving business leaders questioning what comes next and what it could mean for the U.S. economy. more
The U.S. economy expanded more than previously reported last quarter on bigger contributions from a range of factors including services spending, intellectual property and construction by state and local governments. more
Gear up for another year of two halves. more
The U.S. economy expanded more than previously reported last quarter on a sunnier picture of household spending, the primary growth engine. more
The U.S. economy expanded more in the second quarter than previously estimated, reflecting a smaller drag from business spending on structures and equipment. more
Federal Reserve-watching can be a guessing game, and August and September are a perfect case in point. Federal funds futures markets priced in little chance of an interest rate increase immediately after the July meeting of the U.S. central bank. more
The U.S. economy probably added fewer jobs in the year through March 2016 than previously reported, government figures showed. more
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