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What Surprisingly Weak April Hiring Means for the U.S. Economy

The April jobs report from ADP showed private businesses hiring 20% fewer workers than economists had predicted. Large companies lagged more than others.

Why the GDP Number Is Better Than It Looks

Consumers did OK, and that's the key. Investment froze because the markets panicked, and are likely to recover as Wall Street calms down.

Why the Fed Held Off on Raising Interest Rates

Low inflation still gives the central bank time to wait and see how bad China's economy is and how falling energy prices will affect U.S. growth.

Fed Won't Raise Rates This Week, but Watch for June Signal

Before making any moves, the central bank wants to know the consumer is OK and the markets' newfound stability is for real.

How Housing's Health Is Propping Up the Stock Market

Decent existing home sales show consumers aren't buying into recession fears; that's good news for both the U.S. economy and stock markets.

Why Inflation Numbers Are the New Jobs Report

With unemployment at 5%, the Federal Reserve is waiting for inflation to arrive before it raises interest rates. Investors need to understand the details, beginning now.

Why Retail Sales Gloom in March May Lift Later This Year

Consumers aren't getting the job done, as U.S. expansion weakens

Will Bank Earnings Be the Market's Next Big Problem?

Quarterly earnings at financial institutions from JPMorgan Chase to Bank of America and Morgan Stanley are expected to drop, sharply in some cases. Will that halt the market's rally?

This Jobs Report Gives Janet Yellen Permission to Go Slow

The pickup in labor participation shows there's a little more slack in the job market than we thought, so inflation is less of a risk.

Why Layoffs at Boeing Won't End Its Bumpy Flight

Boeing's announcement that it's cutting 4,500 workers this year won't be the end of the airplane maker's bumpy flight.

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