Tee Time: The Quiz
It’s a peak season for the U.S. golf industry. See how much you know about the business side of this popular sport.
U.S. Inflation Picks Up the Most in 15 Months
Deceleration in consumer spending is expected to curb the increase and keep interest rates unchanged.
U.S. Consumer Spending Surges 0.9% in March
“The economy is in a sweet spot for now," with inflation pressures remaining too weak for the Fed to raise interest rates.
U.S. Economy Posts Surprise 3.2% GDP Gain
GDP got a boost in Q1 from a sharp decline in imports but economists warn that underlying spending and investment data point to slowing growth.
U.S. Retail Sales Take Surprising Dip in February
The measure of consumer spending fell 0.2% after a 1.2% gain in January, signaling tepid economic growth for the first quarter.
Consumer Spending Drops 0.5% in December
The biggest drop in spending since 2009 confirmed expectations that the economy will slow down further in the first three months of 2019.
U.S. Economic Growth Slows to 2.6% in Q4
“I think this is a slowing. I don’t think this is ‘we’re falling into an abyss," one economist says.
Consumer Spending Jumps 0.6% in October
U.S. shoppers are benefiting from moderate inflationary pressures, while incomes increased 0.5% last month.
Economic Growth Estimate Stays Put at 3.5%
The latest GDP estimate for the third quarter confirms growth is slowing as the big boost from tax cuts starts to fade.
U.S. Holiday Sales to Pass $1 Trillion Milestone
A report by eMarketer predicts a 6% surge to $1.002 trillion in holiday spending this year, the biggest gain since 2011.
Can U.S. Consumers Continue Their Pace of Spending?
Consumer spending rose 0.4% in September, but personal income gains were modest and the savings rate fell.