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US Retail Sales Boom Well Above Forecasts, Rise 4% On The Year: 'Blowout Report,' Economists Say U.S. retail sales surprisingly surged well above economic forecasts last month, spiking to a 4% annual growth and highlighting the resilience of American consumers despite increa...
Consumer Sentiment Worsens In April, Inflation Expectations Rise Further: Stocks Fall, Gold Surges A... The latest April report on U.S. consumer confidence paints a bleak picture, showcasing a sharp decline in overall morale and a disturbing surge in inflation expectations among Am...
March's 'Blowout' Jobs Numbers Underscore 'American Exceptionalism': 5 Economists Analyze 2024 Rate... In March, the U.S. labor market surged beyond predictions, with 303,000 nonfarm payrolls added, surpassing expectations of 212,000. This marked the highest figure since May 2023...
US Labor Market Heats Up In March: Payrolls Grow By 303,000, Highest In 10 Months, Dampen June Rate... The pace of expansion in the U.S. labor market exceeded forecasts last month, dampening investor hopes for potential interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve.
Fed Meeting Preview: These 2 Wall Street Analysts Still Expect 3 Cuts In 2024, But Bond Market Refle... Investors are on the edge as the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) prepares for its pivotal meeting this Tuesday and Wednesday, marking the most significant market event of th...
Rising Producer Prices Spark Inflation Concerns: Are Fed Rate Cuts At Risk? 7 ETFs To Watch If Fed Chair Jerome Powell had signaled a desire for increased confidence in inflation descending towards the 2% target, this week's two inflation reports would undoubtedly have...
February Inflation Will Guide Fed's Policy Course: Return To 2% Target Faces Challenges The upcoming release of the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) for February is poised to grab the market's spotlight on Tuesday (March 12).This marks the f...
Initial Jobless Claims Fall: Tight Labor Market Pushes Back Fed Rate Cut Expectations The number of U.S. citizens filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more sharply than expected last week, underpinning the Federal Reserve's faith in the resilience of t...
Treasury Yields Almost Fully Erase Post-Inflation Data Surge As Poor Retail Sales Reignite Fed Cut H... The yields on U.S. Treasury notes have almost entirely retraced their surge following the release of the hotter-than-expected January inflation report.T...
Fed's Kashkari Echoes Powell's Hawkish Stance: 'Monetary Policy Is Not As Tight As We Would Have Ass... Neel Kashkari, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, stated Monday that the Federal Reserve's current monetary policy might not be as tight as previously assumed,...

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