In this week’s recap: wage growth picks up, the factory and service sectors hum with activity, oil retreats, and new tariffs could be imposed on China.
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: retail sales impress again, groundbreaking suddenly tails off, stocks tread water, and more tariffs might be in store for China.
Tariff Talk Intensifies | Existing Home Sales Weaken Slightly | Housing Starts Rise, But Permits Fall | Blue Chips Shed 2% | Weekly Riddle, Quote & Tip
Hiring, Household Spending Strengthen | Consumer Confidence Rebounds | Factory Sector Continues to Boom | Wall Street Shrugs at New Import Taxes | Weekly Riddle, Quote and Tip
Hiring Weakened in March | Trade Tensions Persist | ISM Indices: Another Impressive Month | April Begins with Volatility | Weekly Riddle, Quote and Tip