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U.S. businesses add 183K jobs in sign of pre-virus health

U.S. businesses added 183,000 jobs last month, a solid gain that shows the economy was largely healthy when the coronavirus outbreak spread further around the globe. Payroll processor ADP said Wednesday that February’s hiring was down from 209,000 in the ...

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Fed signals steady interest rates as economic risks lessen

The Federal Reserve believes that downside risks to the U.S. economy have lessened with the easing of trade tensions and better prospects for global growth but officials note a concern that possible spillovers from a deadly virus in China represent ...

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Fed signals steady interest rates as economic risks lessen

The Federal Reserve believes that downside risks to the U.S. economy have lessened with the easing of trade tensions and better prospects for global growth but officials note a concern that possible spillovers from a deadly virus in China represent ...

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Thanks to consumers, US economy is rising steadily if slowly

The U.S. economic landscape would look even bleaker if not for America’s consumers. The economy slowed in the spring, and many analysts think the weakness will continue in the months ahead. Yet consumer spending, which drives about 70 percent of ...

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Thanks to consumers, US economy is rising steadily if slowly

The U.S. economic landscape would look even bleaker if not for America’s consumers. The economy slowed in the spring, and many analysts think the weakness will continue in the months ahead. Yet consumer spending, which drives about 70 percent of ...

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Thanks to consumers, US economy is rising steadily if slowly

The U.S. economic landscape would look even bleaker if not for America’s consumers. The economy slowed in the spring, and many analysts think the weakness will continue in the months ahead. Yet consumer spending, which drives about 70 percent of ...

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