More people will be leaving home to kick off the unofficial start of summer.
Home prices and sales are expected to remain firm, or continue to rise, but middle-class wages are in a slump. Something has to give.
Markets don’t like uncertainty, and a Trump win for the presidency would seem more conducive to unpredictability than a Clinton victory would.
April job growth was more anemic than before. The question is whether the economy will hit a more dramatic slow patch in the months ahead.
A survey from CareerBuilder.com finds 67% of employers plan to hire recent graduates.
Apple, among a group of four companies dubbed “FANG” by CNBC’s Jim Cramer, has seen its shares decline sharply after reporting its 1st drop in quarterly revenue in 13 years.
A federal feud: The central bank and Congress members often find themselves at odds.
The bulk of this week’s economic reports will put the focus right at home. When we last checked on existing home sales, the National Association of Realtors told us they dropped by a surprisingly sharp 7.1% from January to February, though sales remained slightly above year-ago levels. One reason for constrained home sales, both new
The International Monetary Fund downgrades the outlook for global economic growth, citing diminished momentum in the U.S. and Japan among the reasons.
As Tax Day looms, the Panama Papers shed light on the tax avoidance efforts of the rich and famous.