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Inflation Tops Forecasts, Likely Delaying Any Fed Rate Cuts

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The core consumer price index increased 0.4% from December, more than expected and the most in eight months.

Payrolls And Wages Surge, Likely Keeping Fed Rates On Hold

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Job growth in January was led by healthcare, professional and business services, and retail trade.

Fed's Preferred Core Price Gauge Cools Amid Robust Spending

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The new data caps a year that saw inflation retreat at a much faster rate than the Fed anticipated.

U.S. GDP Grew 3.3% Last Quarter, Capping Unexpectedly Strong Year

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A closely watched measure of underlying inflation rose 2% for a second straight quarter.

U.S. Companies Ramped Up Hiring In December

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Private payrolls increased 164,000 last month, the most since August, a new report says.

Fed Rate Cuts Pit Economists Versus Markets On Timing, Depth

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Economists don't expect rate cuts until mid-2024, but the markets see the easing cycle starting sooner.

Fed's Preferred Inflation Gauges Cool, Reinforcing Rate-Cut Tilt

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The Fed's preferred gauge of underlying inflation advanced 3.2%.

Recurring Jobless Claims Fall In Holiday Week After Big Gains

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Despite the decline, continuing claims are still elevated amid growing evidence of a cooling labor market.

U.S. Mortgage Rate Drops To Four-Month Low, Boosting Refinancing

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The 30-year fixed mortgage contract rate fell 20 basis points in the week ended December 1.

U.S. Firms Slow Hiring With Manufacturers Cutting Jobs, ADP Says

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Manufacturers reduced head count to the lowest level since early 2022.

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