Two measures of the U.S. economy were reported on Wednesday, both of which exceeded forecasters’ expectations.
According to some financial experts, New York City is currently facing the worst financial situation since February of 1975 when the city was on the verge of bankruptcy.
Thanks to fracking and an increase in pipeline capacity, United States will surpass Saudi Arabia later this year in exports of oil and other petroleum products.
A single new job in the economy has a multiplier or ripple effect. Multiplied by hundreds, thousands, and millions, it's no wonder the U.S. economy is the envy of the world.
According to the Commerce Department, the U.S. economy grew by 2.9 percent last year. According to some experts, the true economic growth is likely twice that.
Former Fed chair Janet Yellen seized an opportunity to declare that Trump’s criticism of the central bank might damage its reputation and disrupt its mission.
Modern Monetary Theory — governments can just print money to spend as much as they want, since they control the currency — is being touted as the way to pay for the Green New Deal.
N.Y. Governor Cuomo blamed his state’s revenue shortfall of $2.8 billion on Donald Trump during a press conference on Monday.
Three reports released on Friday were good news for everyone involved in the U.S. economy, except for forecasters who once again underestimated its strength.