U.S. Hiring Accelerated In May - The unemployment rate, which is calculated from a separate survey of households, rose from a five-decade low of 3.4% to 3.7%, the Labor Department said Friday.
Infrastructure Report: Gearing Up For Growth - The combination of the need for investment and the promise of federal, state and local funds has resulted in a good deal of infrastructure optimism about the next several years.
U.S. Consumer Confidence Improved In March - Confidence in the U.S. economy ticket up in March, despite the sudden turmoil in the banking industry, according to the latest report from the Conference Board.
U.S. Business Activity Rebounds To Eight-Month High In February-S&P Global Survey- U.S. business activity unexpectedly rebounded in February, reaching its highest level in eight months, according to a survey on February 21, which also showed inflation subsiding.
U.S. GDP Rose 2.9% In The Fourth Quarter, More Than Expected Even As Recession Fears- Loom The U.S. economy finished 2022 in solid shape even as questions persist over whether growth will turn negative in the year ahead.
Economic Growth, Manufacturing Readings Improve At End Of 2022- Real gross domestic product (GDP) in the U.S. increased at an annual rate of 3.2% in the third quarter of 2022 according to the federal government’s third and final estimate.
November Jobs Report-Unemployment Rate Held Steady At 3.7% With 263,000 Jobs Added—Economists surveyed by Bloomberg estimate that 200,000 jobs were added last month.
Economy Added 261,000 Jobs Even As Recession Fears, Inflation Rose—Hiring stayed strong in October as employers added 261,000 jobs despite high inflation, rising interest rates and growing recession fears.
Why The Federal Reserve Won’t Be So Quick To Ease Up On Its Fight Against Inflation—"Think of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as a gymnast sprinting across the mat, spiraling, turning, churning, then twisting through the air and trying to make sure he still lands perfectly on his feet.
U.S. GDP Contracted 0.6% in Q2, Less Than Initial Report - “The American economy contracted in the April-June quarter but not as much as initially reported, as revised data showed stronger U.S. exports and spending, according to government data released August 25.