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Joining us on the show is Samuel Coffin, a Senior U.S. Economist at UBS, who gives us his analysis on the latest jobs report.
The September 2019 jobs report showed decent hiring during the month with the health care and education industries seeing the biggest growth.
Unemployment hit a fresh 50-year low in September even though nonfarm payrolls rose by just 136,000 as the economy nears full employment, the Labor Department reported Friday.
Even as unemployment in the U.S. has fallen to a new 50-year low, jobs continue to evaporate in retail.
The manufacturing sector is facing a more immediate problem than the ongoing trade war: a growing skills gap.
Steve Liesman reports on how the American people are now shifting their views on the economy.
Our John Harwood sat down with Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang and talks about his ideas on the economy and taxes.
Joining us on the show is Charles O’Shea, Retail Analyst at Moody’s, who gives us his analysis on the strong consumer market and how it’s impacting the economy.
Chances of a rate cut by the Federal Reserve later this month rose after disappointing services reading fueled fears that the economic slowdown would tip the U.S. into a recession.
The services sector continued its expansion in September but at a considerably slower pace than expected, according to the ISM Non-Manufacturing Index released Thursday.
On Tuesday, stocks fell sharply for the second straight day marking a rocky two-day start for the quarter. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.
The private sector created more jobs than expected in September, but the pace slowed amid growing signs that the labor market is getting tighter, according to a report Wednesday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
Investors are keeping a close eye on the nation’s capital on the impeachment inquiry. Steve Liesman reports how there is a new survey out on its impact on the economy.
President Donald Trump again attacked the Federal Reserve on Tuesday after the weakest U.S. manufacturing reading in 10 years.
A gauge of U.S. manufacturing showed the lowest reading in more than 10 years in September as exports dived amid the escalated trade war.