US economic growth weakened to 0.7 percent in first quarter

US employment costs climbed steadily in first quarter

US home sales rise shoot up to 10-year high

Applications for US jobless aid rise but remain at low level

US businesses increase inventories by a modest 0.3 percent

US wholesale inflation slid in March as energy prices fell

US jobless aid applications fell to 234,000 last week

Average US 30-year mortgage rate falls to 4.10 percent

US jobless aid applications fell to 234,000 last week

Survey: US firms added 263,000 jobs in March, most in 2 years

Survey: US firms added 263,000 jobs in March, most in 2 years

US consumer spending up tiny 0.1 percent in February

Average US 30-year mortgage rate slips to 4.14 percent

US economy grew at 2.1 percent rate in Q4

Applications for US unemployment aid fell to 258K last week

Contracts to buy US homes hit highest level since April

US durable goods orders rose in February, led by aircraft

US new home sales rise despite higher mortgage rates

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