Job openings back over 7 million and near a record high There were 1 million more jobs than unemployed workers in the most recent government count of job openings, according to a Labor Department release […]
Richard Fisher: 'Horrifically bad' education system biggest economic threat Richard Fisher, Barclays Senior Advisor and former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, says America’s “horrifically bad” primary and secondary education system is the […]
Major Wall Street economists have their doubts trade cease-fire will lead to actual deal in 90 days Wall Street traders may be exuberant Monday over the decision to pause the trade war between the U.S. […]
US factory activity jumps in November while construction spending falls for third month U.S. construction spending fell for a third straight month, government data showed on Monday, while private-sector figures showed an uptick in manufacturing […]
Home price gains shrink to the lowest level since January 2017: September S&P Case-Shiller index Home values are still rising, but the gains have now shrunk to the lowest level since January 2017, as rising […]
United Technologies' CEO thinks the Fed should keep raising interest rates Count United Technologies CEO Gregory Hayes among corporate executives not afraid of the Federal Reserve’s intentions to keep hiking interest rates.
Health care topped the economy as the biggest issue for voters now, here's why Health care was the top issue for Americans voting in Tuesday’s midterm elections — for an understandable reason. Spending on medical […]
Tax cuts have been controversial, but voters didn't seem to care about them Voters in the midterm elections felt neither tremendously motivated by the 2017 tax cuts nor had their lives been changed much by […]