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Inflation in the United States slowed in April from a 41-year high in the previous month

Inflation in the United States slowed less than expected in April from a 41-year high in the previous month, according to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statitsics in...

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More jobs have been created in the United States than expected

In April, more new jobs were created in the non-agricultural sectors in the United States than analysts expected, while the unemployment rate was the same as in March. According to...

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Consumer sentiment in the United States improved in April

Instead of the expected deterioration, consumer sentiment in the United States improved in April. The consumer sentiment index rose from 59.4 points in March to 65.7 points in April, according...

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U.S. retail sales grew less than expected in March

In March, retail sales in the U.S. grew less than analysts expected by 0.5 percent from the previous month, the U.S. Department of Commerce said. Analysts expected an average 0.6...

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Inflation in the United States has been the highest in March for nearly forty years

Consumer prices rose mre than expected on an annualized basis in December in the United States in March, according to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) published...

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USA: The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased 1.2 percent in March

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In March, the unemployment rate in the United States was lower than expected

Employment continued to grow in the U.S. in March, with a lower-than-market unemployment rate, according to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Employment data for March are...

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Employment in the United States grew less in March than in the previous month

The increase in the number of people employed in non-agricultural sectors in the United States in March was slightly better than expected, but fell short of the previous month. In...

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The Conference Board’s U.S. Macroeconomic Composite Index has improved

The economic outlook in the United States improved somewhat in February, according to a composite index calculated by the Conference Board’s Institute for U.S. Economic Research to summarize key macroeconomic...

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U.S. retail sales increased in February

In the United States, retail sales grew moderately in February as lower prices were paid for other products due to higher fuel and food prices, and this will certainly be...

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Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated in March

Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated more than expected in March due to concerns about high inflation. The consumer sentiment index fell from 62.8 points in February to 59.7...

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Employment increased, and the unemployment rate fell in the United States in February

In February, the number of people employed in the non-agricultural sector rose in the United States instead of the expected decline, and the unemployment rate fell more than expected, the...

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Some U.S. Governors Order State-Run Liquor Stores To Stop Selling Russian Vodka

The governors of a handful of U.S. states have ordered government-run liquor stores to stop selling Russian-made vodka and distilled spirits in solidarity with the Ukrainian people after Russia’s invasion...

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U.S. economic growth accelerated in February

Private sector growth in the U.S. economy accelerated more than expected in February, according to a survey by London-based financial and economic data provider IHS Markit, whose preliminary data was...

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The Conference Board’s overall U.S. economic indicator deteriorated in January

Instead of the increase expected by analysts, the Conference U.S. Economic Research Institute’s overall U.S. economic index declined in January. According to the institute’s report released on Friday, the value...

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U.S. retail sales increased in January

In the U.S., retail and hospitality sales grew more than analysts expected in January. The U.S. Department of Commerce said on Wednesday that seasonally and calendar-adjusted retail sales and hospitality...

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A huge deficit in U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services

December exports were $228.1 billion, $3.4 billion more than November exports. December imports were $308.9 billion, $4.8 billion more than November imports. The December increase in the goods and services...

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U.S. weekly jobless claims increase moderately

The number of people employed in the United States fell in January instead of the expected growth, labor data institute ADP said on Wednesday. The number of Americans filing new...

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Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated in January

Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated to a greater extent than previously reported due to concerns about high inflation. The consumer sentiment index fell from 70.6 points in December...

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Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated in January

After improving over the previous three months, the consumer sentiment index in the U.S. declined in January, albeit less than expected, according to a survey by the Conference Board Institute...

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Indicators of economic activity and employment have continued to strengthen

The sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic have improved in recent months but are being affected by the recent sharp rise in COVID-19 cases. Job gains have been solid...

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Consumer Confidence Fell in January in the USA

The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index® declined in January, after an increase in December. The Index now stands at 113.8 (1985=100), down from 115.2 in December. The Present Situation Index—based on consumers’ assessment...

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The United States was the largest foreign market for Russian ice cream last year

The United States was the largest foreign market for Russian ice cream last year. From the Russian specialty product more was sold abroad last year than in 2020, according to...

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The outlook for Florida orange yield is bad

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Florida may have the lowest orange yield since the end of World War II, The Wall Street Journal reported. The USDA expects...

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Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated

Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated more than expected in December due to concerns about high inflation. The consumer sentiment index fell from 70.6 points in December to 68.8...

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Employment in the United States grew more than expected

The number of employees in the United States grew more than expected in December, the ADP Institute for Labor Data Processing said. According to a report on the website of...

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Retail sales growth slowed in the United States in November

Retail sales in the United States grew less than expected in November, according to a report by the Census Bureau of the Washington Department of Commerce. In November, seasonally and...

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Consumer sentiment has improved in the United States

Consumer sentiment in the U.S. improved in December, according to a survey released Friday by the University of Michigan. According to preliminary survey data, the consumer sentiment index rose to...

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Nine-month low in the US consumer sentiment in November

Consumer sentiment in the United States deteriorated more than expected in November, according to a report by the Conference Research Institute for Economic Research. The sentiment index fell 109.5 points...

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The Department of Commerce upgraded its third-quarter U.S. GDP growth estimate

The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), a statistical office in the Washington Department of Commerce, revised its third-quarter U.S. GDP growth data slightly upward from its first reading. Gross domestic...

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