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  1. U.S Treasury: 90% of U.S. workers likely to see more money in take-home pay next month

    The U.S. Treasury and the IRS on Thursday put out new guidance and withholding tables for employers…

  2. U.S. sees strongest holiday sales since 2010

    Growing wages, stronger employment and higher confidence led consumers to spend more than had been expected…

  3. Holiday spending on track to be highest in at least 12 years

    Buoyant American attitudes on the economy look set to show up in plentiful, record-setting holiday spending…

  4. Dow rises 5,000 points in a year for the first time ever

    The Dow Jones industrial average just did something it has never done in its 121-year history…

  5. U.S. economic optimism soars

    A near record number expect the economy to improve in the next year causing President Trump’s approval rating to jump…

  6. U.S. employment jumps more than expected in November, boosts U.S. stocks

    A stronger-than-expected pickup in U.S. hiring boosted stocks Friday…

  7. U.S. third-quarter GDP revised to three-year high of 3.3%

    The U.S. economy’s growth rate last quarter was revised upward to the fastest in three years on stronger investment…

  8. Goldman Sachs sees U.S. unemployment rate hitting lowest level since the late-1960s

    The U.S. economy is heading into 2018 with strong momentum that’s likely to boost wages…

  9. American consumer confidence soars to highest level since December 2000

    American consumer confidence increased to its highest level in almost 17 years…

  10. U.S. economy picks up steam; second-quarter GDP up 3.0% reflecting robust consumer spending and strong business investment

    Overall Obama presided over the worst recovery since the Great Depression. President Trump’s term has begun with gains that are likely to accelerate…

  11. U.S. consumer confidence shows Americans upbeat on jobs, economy

    Share of respondents citing ‘good’ business conditions rose to the highest level since early 2001…

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