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Is the U.S. economy slowing down? Steve Liesman breaks down the numbers for us to see where the state of the economy is today.
Was there any growth in the U.S. economy? Steve Liesman reports on the Beige Book released from the Federal Reserve.
The numbers came a month after February’s jaw-dropping gain of just 20,000, which was revised up to 33,000 in the March report.
Layoffs hit their highest level for a first quarter in 10 years as 2019′s job market got off to a shaky start, according to a report Thursday from outplacement firm Challenger, Gary & Christmas.
Job growth hit an 18-month low in March amid increasing signs that the hiring boom may be running out of steam.
Frank Holland speaks with laid off workers and Lordstown residents to see how they are reacting to the plant’s closing, and how the region’s economy is being impacted.
Ylan Mui reports on the December jobs numbers.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell pledged that the central bank will be watching how the economy performs and will be “patient” with policy.
Hedge fund titan David Tepper says the Federal Reserve is sending the market a message, and it’s not a good one.
The percentage of Americans viewing the economy as excellent or good dropped 8 points, according to CNBC’s All-America Economic survey.
Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told an audience in New York City Monday night that she fears there could be another financial crisis.
Although falling stocks and rising interest rates will continue to weigh on sentiment, those negatives are likely to be offset by higher wages and retreating oil prices, Goldman says in a research note to clients.
Steve Liesman reports on comments made by one Fed official who became the first member to warn against a December rate hike.
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 155,000 in November. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been expecting payroll growth of 198,000.
Wall Street may be exuberant Monday over the decision to pause the trade war between the U.S. and China, but economists across the marketplace aren’t convinced.