China’s Consumption to Hit $6.4T in 2025
As growth slows, new opportunities are emerging for multinational companies operating in China — if they know where to look, says The Demand Institute.
New Home Sales Fall 11.5% in September
The sharp drop in sales of newly built home suggests one segment of the market is cooling, but sales of existing homes rose 4.7%.
WTO Slashes 2015 Growth Forecast to 2.8%
The downward revision from April's 3.3% prediction reflects China's economic slowdown, which has crimped Asia's export growth.
Q2 GDP Higher Than Initially Thought
The size of the upward revision surprised economists and suggests the U.S. economy had some momentum entering the third quarter.
Core Capital Goods Orders Up Again In July
The 2.2% increase is the biggest since June 2014 and may help convince the Fed to go ahead with an interest rate hike this year.
Second Quarter GDP Grows 2.3%
Personal consumption expenditures rose 2.9% last quarter, keeping the U.S. economy's moderate recovery on track.
Private Sector Hiring Hits Six-Month High
Employment numbers, along with factory activity data, are latest indicators that the U.S. economy is rebounding from the slow start to 2015.
OECD Cuts Growth Forecast On Q1 Slump
Report urges 'mutually reinforcing' policies to avoid risks and move global economy to more stable growth.
April Data Show Modest Recovery From Q1 Slump
Personal income increased 0.4% in April but consumer spending and industrial production were soft.
Revised Data Show Q1 GDP Declined 0.7%
The Commerce Department initially estimated a 0.2% increase in the first quarter but economists are anticipating a pick-up in growth.
Economists Lower Q2 Growth Forecast to 2.5%
Philly Fed poll shows forecasters expecting only modest rebound from shaky first quarter.