The Federal Reserve’s Beige Book doesn’t shed much new light on where things are headed.
The government Friday releases the November jobs report. Here’s what we’ll be looking out for.
The Labor Department’s October jobs report shows little impact from the 16-day partial government shutdown.
The Labor Secretary says the government shutdown weighed heavily on employers but urges Americans to remain hopeful about the economy.
A decline in September’s existing home sales didn’t surprise analysts.
Unfortunately for Americans and potentially for the global economy, dysfunctional Washington has managed to steal center stage once again.
Thomas Perez, the newly sworn-in secretary of labor, says employment is headed in the right direction, although too slowly.
On the surface, August jobs numbers released by the Labor Department might seem OK. But they’re not what one wants to see at this point in an economic recovery.
This week, the economic attention zeroes in on the job market
The Labor Department says the job market continued to heal slowly in July, with the unemployment rate falling to 7.4 percent, the lowest since December 2008.