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ISMpmi-080315.jpg Activity in the U.S. manufacturing sector unexpectedly grew at a slower rate in the month of July, the Institute for Supply Management revealed in a report on Monday. The ISM said its purchasing managers index dipped to 52.7 in July from 53.5 in June.

ConstructionSpending-080315.jpg Construction spending in the U.S. increased by much less than expected in the month of June, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Monday. The report said construction spending inched up by 0.1 percent to an annual rate of $1.065 trillion in June.

personalincome-080315.jpg Personal income in the U.S. increased by slightly more than expected in the month of June, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Monday. The report said personal income rose by 0.4 percent in June, matching the increases seen in each of the two previous months.

Personal income in the U.S. increased by slightly more than expected in the month of June, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Monday.

China's government has taken unprecedented steps to keep Chinese stocks afloat after their worst monthly losses in six years. Beijing has reportedly lent 1.3tn yuan ($240 billion) to Chinese Securities Finances in attempt to halt the stock market meltdown. The government intends for brokers to...

Consumer-073115.jpg Consumer sentiment in the U.S. pulled back by more than previously estimated in the month of July, according to a report released by the University of Michigan on Friday. The report said the consumer sentiment index for July was downwardly revised to 93.1 from the mid-month reading of 93.3.

ChicagoPMI-073115.jpg After two months of contraction, MNI Indicators released a report on Friday showing that Chicago-area business activity expanded far more than expected in July. MNI Indicators said its Chicago Business Barometer jumped to 54.7 in July from 49.4 in June.

GDP-073015.jpg Economic activity in the U.S. increased by less than expected in the second quarter, the Commerce Department revealed in a report on Thursday, although the report also showed a notable upward revision to the data for the first quarter.

JOblessClaims-073015.jpg First-time claims for U.S. unemployment benefits rebounded in the week ended July 25th, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Thursday, with claims bouncing off the more than forty-year low set in the previous week.

First-time claims for U.S. unemployment benefits rebounded in the week ended July 25th, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Thursday, with claims bouncing off the more than forty-year low set in the previous week.

Economic activity in the U.S. increased by less than expected in the second quarter, the Commerce Department revealed in a report on Thursday, although the report also showed a notable upward revision to the data for the first quarter.

federalreserve-072915.jpg The Federal Reserve on Wednesday decided against raising interest rates, waiting for a bit more confirmation that the economy is on solid ground. Because there was no post-decision press conference scheduled this month, the Fed's decision to stand pat was in line with market expectations. A move...

PendingHomeSales-072915.jpg Pending home sales in the U.S. unexpectedly decreased in the month of June, according to a report released by the National Association of Realtors on Wednesday, with pending sales pulling back off a nine-year high.

consumerconfidence-072815.jpg Confidence among U.S. consumers has seen a substantial deterioration in the month of July, according to a report released by the Conference Board on Tuesday. The Conference Board said its consumer confidence index tumbled to 90.9 in July from a downwardly revised 99.8 in June.

homesales-030411_28Jul15.jpg With home prices in major U.S. metropolitan areas unexpectedly showing a monthly decrease in May, Standard & Poor's released a report on Tuesday showing that the annual rate of price growth during the month came in well below economist estimates.

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