Most market watchers would rank inflation pretty low on their current list of worries, but December's numbers, which get reported this week, could be key going forward.
If you've noticed the stock market's remarkable ability to rally from sizable losses over the past several trading days, you can thank the Fed.
Don't worry. You'll still be able to get your vibranium without paying any import taxes!
November's strong jobs report could strengthen President Trump's belief that the U.S. economy is doing just fine despite tariffs.
The U.S.-China trade war is already slowing down the global economy. Why does Trump want to extend the pain heading into an election year?
The latest GDPNow forecast from the Atlanta Fed for Q4 just soared all the way to 1.7%.
The passage of bills by both the House and Senate supporting the people of Hong Kong and their human rights is likely to disrupt the completion of any phase one trade deal.
At 1.5% less than three weeks ago, the Q4 GDP estimate has plunged all the way to 0.3% based on recent economic data.
Despite record low unemployment, GDP growth of 1-2% and tame inflation, a majority of adults still think that the economy will begin contracting soon.
4th quarter GDP growth is expected to again be driven by consumer spending but net exports and changes in inventories will be headwinds.