In this week’s recap: home sales lag, retail sales barely improve, new Fed minutes discuss staying the course, and major equity indices advance.
In this week’s recap: consumer optimism increases, the retail sales pace slows, inflation pressure weakens, and Wall Street sees wide-ranging gains.
In this week’s recap: retail sales impress again, groundbreaking suddenly tails off, stocks tread water, and more tariffs might be in store for China.
Fed Moves | New Tariffs | Yearly Inflation Reaches 2.8% | Impressive Advance for Retail Sales | Mixed Week for Major Indices | Weekly Riddle, Quote & Tip
Retail Sales Rise | April Saw Less Groundbreaking | Home Loan Rates Reach 7-Year High | Russell 2000 Makes History | Weekly Riddle, Tip and Quote