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Federal Reserve

Federal Reserve Signals Cautious Approach as Mixed Indicators Pose Challenges for U.S. Economy



The Federal Reserve recently issued a press release highlighting key economic indicators and its decision to maintain the federal funds rate. Despite continued economic expansion and robust job gains, inflation has remained elevated and progress towards the Committee*s 2 percent target has stalled. The release also mentions the Committee*...

Construction Spending

US Construction Industry Witnesses Minor Downturn with Private and Public Sectors Displaying Divergent Trends

Construction Activity in the US Sees a Slight Dip in March 2024

The latest economic report indicates that total construction activity in the United States for March 2024 stood at $2,083.9 billion, marking a decrease of 0.2 percent (+/-0.8 percent)n when compared to the revised figures from February 2024, which stood at $2,087.8 billio...

April

Double-Digit Sales Growth for US Auto Makers Despite Rising Gasoline Prices

Double-Digit Sales Growth for U.S. Auto Makers Despite Rising Gasoline Prices
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis recently released a report on auto and truck unit sales, production, inventories, expenditures, and prices for the month of March. The data reveals an impressive growth in sales for the top U.S. auto makers, even in the face of inc...

May

U.S. Job Market Shows Resilience Despite Marginal Deterioration in April Employment Report



The U.S. Department of Labor recently released its April 2024 Employment Situation report, shedding light on the current state of the nation*s economy. The report reveals interesting trends, particularly concerning nonfarm payrolls and the unemployment rate. While there is evidence of a slight deterioration in labor conditions, the overal...

May

US Department of Labor Report Shows Positive Economic Growth in Q1 2024 with Increases in Productivity and Labor Costs

Productivity and Costs: US Department of Labor Report Shows Positive Economic Growth in First Quarter 2024
The United States Department of Labor has released its latest report on Productivity and Costs (P) for the first quarter of 2024, revealing encouraging trends for the American economy. The report highlights notable increases in both produc...

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services

Declining Exports and Widening Trade Gap Signal Economic Challenges for the United States in March 2024 Report

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services: Declining Exports Increase U.S. Trade Gap in Mar. 2024 Economic Report
The latest economic report released by the Commerce Department indicates a widening trade gap in the United States in March 2024. The nation*s international trade deficit in goods and services decreased slightly from $69.5 bill...

U.S. Economic Indicators
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Personal Income and Outlays

Spending Surpasses Income as Americans Dip Into Savings for Purchases, Raising Concerns for Future Economic Stability

Personal Income and Outlays, March 2024: Spending Climbs 0.5% as Savings Dip
Americans spent more money than they took in March 2024, mainly on auto purchases, as the personal savings rate fell last month. According to the Commerce Department*s economic report, personal income grew by 0.5% on a seasonally adjusted basis, reaching an annualized ...

U.S. Gross Domestic Product

U.S. Economy Grows at 1.6% in First Quarter of 2024, Boosted by Consumer Spending and Investments


The U.S. economy experienced a solid growth rate of 1.6% in the first quarter of 2024, according to the advance estimate released by the Commerce Department. This expansion was primarily driven by increased consumer spending and growth in investments, signaling a promising path for the self-sustainability of the economy.
The Gross Domestic...

Advance Durable Goods Orders

Manufactured Durable Goods in the U.S. Experience Consecutive Growth, Alleviating Concerns of Long-Term Slowdown

New Orders for Manufactured Durable Goods on the Rise, Indicating Temporary Lull in U.S. Growth
In March 2024, new orders for manufactured durable goods in the United States increased by 2.6 percent or $7.3 billion to reach a total of $283.4 billion. This marks two consecutive months of growth, providing some reassurance in the wake of a recent...

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US Industrial Production Shows Signs of Recovery Amidst Concerns in Mining and Nondurable Goods Sectors

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New Residential Construction

Sluggish March Construction: Housing Starts Drop, Highlighting Concerns for the Housing Market.

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Slowing Demand and Rising Inventories: Potential Impact on Shareholders

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Wholesale Prices Grow at a Slower Pace in March 2024, Reflecting Lower Fuel Costs and Mixed Price Movements Across Key Sectors

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Consumer Prices Surge in March 2024 Amidst Rising Costs of Food, Energy and Housing

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May

Producer Prices Maintain Growth, Igniting Inflationary Worries in April 2024 Economic Report

Producer prices in the United States continued to grow in April 2024, according to the latest economic report released by the U.S. Department of Labor. The report on the Producer Price Index (PPI) revealed that wholesale prices increased, adding to concerns about inflationary pressures in the economy.
On a seaso...

May

U.S. Job Market Shows Resilience Despite Marginal Deterioration in April Employment Report



The U.S. Department of Labor recently released its April 2024 Employment Situation report, shedding light on the current state of the nation's economy. The report reveals interesting trends, particularly concerning nonfarm payrolls and the unemployment rate. While there is evidence of a slight deterioratio...

May

US Department of Labor Report Shows Positive Economic Growth in Q1 2024 with Increases in Productivity and Labor Costs

Productivity and Costs: US Department of Labor Report Shows Positive Economic Growth in First Quarter 2024
The United States Department of Labor has released its latest report on Productivity and Costs (P) for the first quarter of 2024, revealing encouraging trends for the American economy. The report highlights...

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services

Declining Exports and Widening Trade Gap Signal Economic Challenges for the United States in March 2024 Report

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services: Declining Exports Increase U.S. Trade Gap in Mar. 2024 Economic Report
The latest economic report released by the Commerce Department indicates a widening trade gap in the United States in March 2024. The nation's international trade deficit in goods and services d...

Federal Reserve

Federal Reserve Signals Cautious Approach as Mixed Indicators Pose Challenges for U.S. Economy



The Federal Reserve recently issued a press release highlighting key economic indicators and its decision to maintain the federal funds rate. Despite continued economic expansion and robust job gains, inflation has remained elevated and progress towards the Committee's 2 percent target has stalled. The rel...

Construction Spending

US Construction Industry Witnesses Minor Downturn with Private and Public Sectors Displaying Divergent Trends

Construction Activity in the US Sees a Slight Dip in March 2024

The latest economic report indicates that total construction activity in the United States for March 2024 stood at $2,083.9 billion, marking a decrease of 0.2 percent (+/-0.8 percent)n when compared to the revised figures from February 202...

April

Double-Digit Sales Growth for US Auto Makers Despite Rising Gasoline Prices

Double-Digit Sales Growth for U.S. Auto Makers Despite Rising Gasoline Prices
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis recently released a report on auto and truck unit sales, production, inventories, expenditures, and prices for the month of March. The data reveals an impressive growth in sales for the top U.S. aut...

Personal Income and Outlays

Spending Surpasses Income as Americans Dip Into Savings for Purchases, Raising Concerns for Future Economic Stability

Personal Income and Outlays, March 2024: Spending Climbs 0.5% as Savings Dip
Americans spent more money than they took in March 2024, mainly on auto purchases, as the personal savings rate fell last month. According to the Commerce Department's economic report, personal income grew by 0.5% on a seasonally adjust...

U.S. Gross Domestic Product

U.S. Economy Grows at 1.6% in First Quarter of 2024, Boosted by Consumer Spending and Investments


The U.S. economy experienced a solid growth rate of 1.6% in the first quarter of 2024, according to the advance estimate released by the Commerce Department. This expansion was primarily driven by increased consumer spending and growth in investments, signaling a promising path for the self-sustainability of th...

Advance Durable Goods Orders

Manufactured Durable Goods in the U.S. Experience Consecutive Growth, Alleviating Concerns of Long-Term Slowdown

New Orders for Manufactured Durable Goods on the Rise, Indicating Temporary Lull in U.S. Growth
In March 2024, new orders for manufactured durable goods in the United States increased by 2.6 percent or $7.3 billion to reach a total of $283.4 billion. This marks two consecutive months of growth, providing some re...

April

US Industrial Production Shows Signs of Recovery Amidst Concerns in Mining and Nondurable Goods Sectors


However, despite this recent improvement, the output of the nation's factories, mines, and utilities had actually decreased by -0.3% over the past 12 months. This decline suggests that there are still challenges and uncertainties facing these sectors, which need to be addressed in order to sustain long-term gro...

New Residential Construction

Sluggish March Construction: Housing Starts Drop, Highlighting Concerns for the Housing Market.


The New Residential Construction report for March 2024 reveals a sharp decline in housing starts, indicating a slowdown in construction activity after a strong February performance. Privately-owned housing starts dropped by 13.1% on a seasonally adjusted annual rate, totaling 1,321,000 units. This figure is a s...

Manufacturing and Trade Inventories and Sales

Slowing Demand and Rising Inventories: Potential Impact on Shareholders



In February 2024, the U.S. total business end-of-month inventories reached $2,567.5 billion, marking a 0.4 percent increase compared to the previous month, with a margin of error of ?0.1 percent. Additionally, U.S. total business sales rose by 1.6 percent, amounting to $1,866.5 billion, with a margin of er...

Advance Monthly Sales for Retail and Food Services

U.S. Retail Sales Show Resilient Growth in March 2024

Sales at U.S. retailers continue to grow, as the latest economic report shows a 0.7% increase in retail and food services sales for March 2024. The Commerce Department announced that sales reached $709.6 billion on a seasonally adjusted basis, indicating positive signs of growth in the economy. This news is welcomed...

April

Wholesale Prices Grow at a Slower Pace in March 2024, Reflecting Lower Fuel Costs and Mixed Price Movements Across Key Sectors

Wholesale prices in the United States grew at a slower pace in March 2024 compared to the previous month, according to the Producer Price Index (PPI) released by the U.S. Department of Labor. The report revealed that total PPI edged up by 0.2% on a seasonally adjusted basis, indicating a slight increase in wholesale...

April

Consumer Prices Surge in March 2024 Amidst Rising Costs of Food, Energy and Housing



The U.S. Department of Labor recently released the Consumer Price Index (CPI) report for March 2024, revealing a significant increase in consumer prices. The CPI increased by 0.4% on a seasonally adjusted basis, indicating a growing burden on consumers. This rise in prices is reflective of higher rates acr...

March

Strong Job Growth Bolsters US Economy and Drives Consumer Confidence



The latest report from the U.S. Department of Labor on the Employment Situation for March 2024 highlights robust job growth, with the nonfarm payrolls increasing by 303,000. This surge in hiring, combined with a decline in the unemployment rate to 3.8%, is expected to boost consumer spending and further st...

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services

U.S. Trade Deficit Widens as Imports Outpace Exports in February 2024



In February 2024, the United States experienced an increase in its trade deficit, with imports surpassing exports. The nation's international trade deficit in goods and services rose to $68.9 billion, marking a 2.2% climb from the previous month. The Commerce Department reported that falling oil prices pla...

Manufacturers* Shipments, Inventories, and Orders

Rebound in Durable Goods Orders Provides Positive Outlook for US Economy

Rebound in Durable Goods Orders Signals Positive Outlook for US Economy
In February 2024, the US economy witnessed a significant rebound in durable goods orders after two consecutive monthly decreases. New orders for manufactured goods increased by 1.4 percent or $8.2 billion, reaching a total of $576.8 billion. This positive trend provides a p...

Construction Spending

Caution Looms as U.S. Construction Spending Declines, Raising Concerns for Economic Growth

Declining Construction Spending Signals Caution for the U.S. Economy
The latest economic report on construction spending in the United States has revealed a concerning trend. In February 2024, construction spending dropped by 0.3 percent (+/-0.8 percent) compared to the revised figures from January 2024. This d...

Personal Income and Outlays

US Savings Rate Takes a Hit as Consumer Spending Outpaces Income Growth



According to the recent Economic Report from the Personal Income and Outlays, the savings rate in the United States dropped to 3.6% in February 2024. This decline in savings can be attributed to the fact that consumer spending increased at a faster pace than income growth during the same period.
The da...

U.S. Gross Domestic Product

US Economy Continues to Surge, with Fourth Quarter GDP Growth at 3.4%



The latest economic report indicates that the United States experienced robust economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2023. According to the third estimate, real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annual rate of 3.4 percent, slightly lower than the third quarter's growth rate of 4.9 percent. Ho...



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