American factories grew last month at the slowest pace in more than two years.
Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in November as higher mortgage rates and prices squeezed would-be buyers out of the market, especially in the West.
U.S. consumer confidence tumbled this month as Americans began to worry that economic growth will moderate next year.
Record imports in October drove the U.S. trade deficit to the highest level in a decade.
The United States and China reached a 90-day ceasefire in a trade dispute that has rattled financial markets and threatened world economic growth.
When President Donald Trump sits down for dinner Saturday with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, their table talk will undoubtedly have a global impact.
U.S. consumer confidence slipped this month but remains strong.
U.S. home sales rose in October, breaking a six-month losing streak.
Record imports expanded the U.S. trade deficit for the fourth straight month in September.
U.S. consumer confidence rose again this month, hitting a new 18-year high.
U.S. services firms expanded at a record pace last month, stepping up production and hiring, in another sign of strength for the American economy.
U.S. wholesale prices fell unexpectedly last month for the first time since February 2017, pulled down by falling prices for transportation and warehousing services.
The U.S. trade deficit widened for the second straight month in July, reaching the highest level since February, as imports hit an all-time high.
The U.S. trade deficit widened in June for the first time in four months as exports fell and imports grew.
U.S. factories grew at a slower pace in July, but American industry remains healthy.
Americans were a bit more confident about the economy in July, but their expectations for the near future dimmed slightly.
The International Monetary Fund is keeping its forecast for global economic growth unchanged at 3.9 percent this year despite worries about rising trade tensions and higher oil prices.
American manufacturing expanded at an unexpectedly fast pace in June, another sign of strength for U.S. industry.
American consumers lost a bit of their optimism in June but are still feeling good by historical standards.
U.S. wholesale prices last month posted the biggest 12-month gain since January 2012, a sign that the strong economy is beginning to rouse inflation.