Economy

US home building falls as developers start fewer apartments


Applications for unemployment benefits edge up 5,000


US factory output rose in January for 2nd straight month


US consumer prices post biggest rise in nearly 4 years


US retail sales rise in January, led by gas and restaurants


US unemployment claims fall to 12-week low


US employers added healthy 227,000 jobs, rate up to 4.8 pct.


Average US 30-year mortgage rate unchanged at 4.19 percent


US unemployment claims slide by 14,000 to 246,000


US auto sales seen lower in January; GM, Ford post declines


Survey: US businesses add 246,000 jobs, most in 7 months


US business spending rises for 3rd month, boosting factories


US economic growth slowed to 1.9 percent rate in Q4


Average US 30-year mortgage rate rises to 4.19 percent


US new-home sales tumble in December


US unemployment claims tick up to 259,000, but remain low


US gas prices drop a cent over 2 weeks to $2.36 a gallon


US home construction jumps, led by more apartment building


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