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The Federal Reserve is announcing its interest-rate decision at 2 p.m. Eastern, followed by a press conference from Chairman Jerome Powell at 2:30 p.m. Follow along as MarketWatch covers the FOMC decision and the reaction ...
The economy isn’t doing nearly as well as that 3.2% GDP number reported Friday. Consumption and investment are both slowing.
Fears of a recession are overblown, because the foundation of the economy remains strong, says Oxford Economics’ Gregory Daco, winner of the Forecaster of the Month award from MarketWatch.
Businesses are taking on more debt, but how we will know if it’s too much, too little, or just the right amount to keep the economy on track?
When even innocuous jazz can trigger us, truly outrageous evil becomes normalized, Rex Nutting writes.
As long as he keeps doing things like trying to take away people’s health care, Donald Trump is doing the Democrats’ work for them.
“The Fed isn’t going to kill this expansion,” says Ryan Sweet of Moody’s Analytics and the winner of MarketWatch’s Forecaster of the Month contest.