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U.S. Nonfarm Payrolls Soar 528,000 in July
U.S. Nonfarm Payrolls Soar 528,000 in July By Investing.com - Aug 05, 2022

By Scott Kanowsky  Investing.com -- U.S. job growth unexpectedly accelerated in July, running counter to concerns that soaring price inflation and surging interest rates are...

U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows Further in June - BEA Data
U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows Further in June - BEA Data By Investing.com - Aug 04, 2022

By Scott Kanowsky Investing.com -- The U.S. trade deficit shrank by more than expected in June as strengthening international demand offset a domestic slump spurred on by soaring...

U.S. Jobless Claims Edged Higher to 260,000 Last Week
U.S. Jobless Claims Edged Higher to 260,000 Last Week By Investing.com - Aug 04, 2022

By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com -- The slow rise in the number of U.S. people claiming jobless benefits continued last week, with initial claims edging back toward a seven-month...

German Factory Orders Fell Less Than Feared in June
German Factory Orders Fell Less Than Feared in June By Investing.com - Aug 04, 2022

By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com -- German factory orders ended the second quarter on a weak note, but performed better than expected in a month overshadowed by a growing energy...

NAHB Housing Market Index Craters to 2-Year Low  in July
NAHB Housing Market Index Craters to 2-Year Low in July By Investing.com - Jul 18, 2022

By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com -- Activity in the U.S. housing market slowed the most since the start of the pandemic in July, as high prices, poor affordability and skyrocketing...

U.S. Retail Sales Rose by More Than Expected in June
U.S. Retail Sales Rose by More Than Expected in June By Investing.com - Jul 15, 2022 1

By Geoffrey Smith  Investing.com -- U.S. retail sales rose by more than expected in June, as consumers maintained their spending despite having to pay more and more for an...

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