The decline in the cost of imported goods in November was the biggest since February and followed a 0.4% gain the previous month.
There was plenty of uncertainty this year, from the Brexit vote to the Presidential election, but what are CFOs most worried about ahead of 2017?
Donald Trump's threat to impose heavy tariffs on Mexico and China addresses a nonexistent problem. He should focus instead on the federal budget…
The University of Michigan's index reaches its highest level in nearly two years, reflecting consumers' initial reactions to Donald Trump's victory.
John Graham of Duke University discusses the results of the fourth quarter's Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.
The fourth-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey reflects what researchers call the "Trump Jump."
The increase was more than double the government's initial estimate, reflecting rising hourly wages amid low unemployment.
With the unemployment rate falling to 4.6%, the labor market continued its steady recovery from the recession though longer-term challenges remain.
Even before he takes the oath of office, President-elect Donald J. Trump is taking a number of bold steps that will shape the future of the economy.
The 0.3% increase fell below economists' expectations but was "sufficiently strong to support economic growth in the fourth quarter.”