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By Rod David | November 9, 2015
By Martin McGuire | June 10, 2015
If the retail sales report tomorrow shows that customers aren't willing to spend despite income gains, a lasting recovery may be further away than we thought.
By Mark O'Byrne | February 26, 2015
Vulnerabilities in the European recovery narrative are starting to weigh even more heavily on the economies of individual countries, a report today is likely to indicate.
By Alex Davis, Laura Clarke, Bloomberg | January 28, 2015
On speculation of low interest rates to come, copper recovered from a two-week decline.
By Andrew Wilkinson | June 11, 2014
Equity futures are lower by almost 10-points one-hour ahead of the opening bell. Investors can’t seem to hide their disappointment with the World Bank report.
By Ben Sharples, Bloomberg | January 30, 2014
West Texas Intermediate crude traded near the highest price this year, heading for a third weekly gain.
By Bloomberg News | November 3, 2013
China’s Communist Party leaders will enter a policy-making summit this week with the economy on an upswing.
By Prashant Gopal and Kathleen M. Howley, Bloomberg | October 8, 2013
Jacob Smith, a 25-year-old Florida firefighter, wasn’t paying much attention to the U.S. government shutdown until it threw his move to a new three-bedroom home near Daytona Beach into limbo.
By Kasia Klimasinska and Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | August 26, 2013
The Great Recession left its scars, but signs of U.S. economic resilience are everywhere, from housing to easing credit.
By Phoebe Sedgman, Bloomberg | August 9, 2013
Gold traded near its highest in four days after climbing the most in more than two weeks yesterday.