In this week’s recap: stocks soar, the USMCA is signed, households spend more, and two housing market indicators fall short.
In this week’s recap: exceptional jobs data, a rally on Wall Street, high marks for consumer confidence and spending, and a dip for a key factory indicator.
In this week’s recap: the Nasdaq reaches new heights, consumer confidence and spending numbers impress, and a new trade deal could take the place of NAFTA.
In this week’s recap: households buy more but feel less upbeat about the near future, the Dow rises, and homebuilders start more projects.
In this week’s recap: stocks continue their win streak despite a mediocre jobs report and dips for the ISM indices; household spending and confidence rise.
Jobless Rate Hits 18-Year Low | Personal Spending Improves 0.4% | ISM Indices Retreat | NASDAQ Rises; DOW, S&P Fall Slightly | Weekly Riddle, Tip and Quote