The buzzword this Black Friday is “muted.”
The economy is not going to make it easy for Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell to bring inflation down to the central bank’s two percent target.
Fed policy of tightening did not transmit to the new homes market last month.
Expectations for retail sales are still high this year. Will declining consumer sentiment throw a monkey wrench into the works?
Hotter than expected durable goods orders and shipments could mean even higher rates next year.
Manufacturers reported raising prices even more in November than in October or September.
It remains to be seen if Bob Iger has the strength of character to push back against the economically destructive wokeward tilt at Disney.
Prices are up for almost everything that American families serve at Thanksgiving.
Here we go again. The Commerce Department on Wednesday said that consumer spending grew by 1.3 percent compared with September, when spending was unchanged with the prior month. Compared with a year ago, retail sales were up 8.9 percent. Total
Biden’s America is increasingly a criminogenic society.