Economy

US factory output slips in July on tumbling auto production


US weekly requests for jobless aid down 12,000 to 232,000


Fed officials split in July over inflation worries


US home construction slumped in July


US retail sales jumped 0.6 percent in July


US productivity rises a modest 0.9 pct. rate in spring


US trade deficit narrowed to $43.6 billion in June


US gains 209K jobs, unemployment rate falls to 4.3 pct.


US weekly requests for jobless aid down 5,000, to 240,000


US factory orders rose in June as demand for aircraft soared


US companies added a solid 178,000 jobs in July


US employment costs grew slower in second quarter


US economy expanded at solid 2.6 percent rate in Q2


US durable goods orders climb 6.5 percent in June


New-home sales improved modestly in June


Average US mortgage rates fall; 30-year at 3.96 percent


US housing starts rebounded in June


US factory output rebounded 0.2 percent in June


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