Molly Smith

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What Fed's Rate-Cut Delay Means For U.S. And World

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The delay in easing monetary policy has big implications for the U.S. economy.

U.S. Labor Costs Rise By Most In A Year As Productivity Cools

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Productivity rose at a 0.3% annualized rate after a 3.5% gain in the prior period.

U.S. Economy Slows And Inflation Jumps, Damping Soft-Landing Hopes

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The news interrupted a run of strong demand that fueled optimism for a soft landing.

What Went Wrong With U.S. Inflation?

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Housing, insurance and commodity prices have been among the contributors.

Jobs Roar Again As Payrolls Jump 303,000, Unemployment Drops

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The unemployment rate fell to 3.8%, while participation rose.

Workers' Confidence In Their Employers' Outlook Hits New Low

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Layoffs continue to mount across multiple sectors.

Inflation Accelerates, Tempering Case For Fed To Cut Rates

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The consumer price index increased 3.4% in the year through December, the most in three months.

U.S. Small-Business Optimism Rises To Five-Month High On Earnings

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There's less pessimism around sales, earnings trends and economic expectations.

Labor Market Defies Slowdown Forecasts In Broad Strengthening

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The acceleration in payrolls is at odds with recent reports that have depicted a softer hiring pace.

Health Insurance Is About To Boost Inflation After Months Of Relief

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US employers expect the total benefit cost per employee to rise 5.4% on average next year.

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