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United Won’t Fly 737 Max Until January, Holiday Travel Further Muddled

United Airlines Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: UAL) said Friday that the airline was canceling all flights scheduled for Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) 737 Max passenger jets until January 6, 2020, as ...
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January New Home Sales Tumble, Prices Dip

The U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development reported Thursday morning that sales of new homes in January decreased to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of ...
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CoreLogic January Home Price Index Maintains Slow Growth Path

U.S. home prices rose 4.4% in January compared with the same month a year ago, according to data from CoreLogic released Tuesday in the research firm's Home Price Insights monthly ...
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January Housing, Single-Family Starts Burst Out of the Gate

The U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development reported Friday morning that new housing starts in January rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.23 ...
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Sales of New Homes Dipped 8% in January

Online real-estate brokerage Redfin reported Friday that sales of new single-family homes dropped 8% in January compared with January 2018 sales. Sales fell in all four regions of the country. ...
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January Data Breaches Expose 370,000 Personal Records

More than 370,000 sensitive personal records were exposed in data breaches during the month of January according to the latest monthly report from the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC). Nearly ...
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European Auto Sales Slide in January for Fifth Straight Month

The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) on Friday reported new vehicle registration totals in the European Union (EU) for the month of January. Sales declined by 4.6% year over year ...
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January Small Business Optimism Tumbles as Uncertainty Climbs

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Tuesday morning reported that its small business optimism index for January dipped from 104.4 in December to come in at 101.2. Last August ...
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Record Number of US CEOs Left Their Jobs in January

The number of U.S. CEOs who lost or left their jobs in January continued a record-setting trend established in the fourth quarter of 2018. A total of 157 CEOs departed ...
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ISM Non-Manufacturing Shows Slowing Services Economy in January

We are nowhere close to a recession, yet, but the non-manufacturing economy is slowing. This matters as the United States remains a post-manufacturing economy, and it is the domestic services ...
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January Consumer Sentiment Index Lowest Since Trump Election

The final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for January dipped from to a December reading of 98.3 to January's level of 91.2. When the preliminary December index score was ...
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January Brought Big Payroll Gains, Government Shutdown or Not

The jobs market continues to be strong. Government shutdown or not, this looked like a big report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for January's employment situation. The BLS reported ...
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January Layoffs Up 21% to 53,000

In a worrying start to the year, major companies laid off 52,988 workers in January, up 20.7% from December and up 18.7% from January a year ago. The data show ...
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ADP Sets Stage for Strong Payrolls Gains in January From Labor Department

The economic reports for January have so far been a bit puzzling. While the readings have indicated slower growth, things were complicated by the long partial government shutdown. Friday's payrolls ...
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January Consumer Sentiment Index Plunges

The preliminary University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for January tumbled month over month from a final December reading of 98.3 to January's level of 90.7. The January reading may ...
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