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Consumer confidence in the US slipped in May amid the uncertainty around the debt ceiling crisis and concern about a potential recession, the results of a closely followed survey revealed.
Americans resumed splashing out last month, pushing the savings rate lower.
America's visible trade deficit yawned wider last month as exports shrank rapidly.
A top US central bank official said that soon, if not now, be the time for a pause in interest rate hikes.
Home sales in the US were flat last month amid limited inventory and due to the hurdle posed by affordability.
The US jobs market remained tight during the preceding week, the latest government data on jobless claims filings showed.
A top US central bank official said he could support a further 25 basis point interest rate hike at the 13-14 June policy meeting, depending on how the economic data came in between now and then.
A top US central bank official made the case for two more 25 basis point interest rate hikes in 2023.
The head of the US central bank left the door open to a pause in interest rate hikes at its next policy meeting, even as he noted that inflation from the services sector was persistent.
Republican lawmakers walked out of negotiations to raise the government debt ceiling at a closed door meeting at the White House.
Lawmakers in the US may vote on a deal to lift or suspend the government's debt ceiling as soon as the following week, a top Republican said.
A top US central bank official cast her ballot in favour of a further rate hike at the Federal Reserve's 14 June meeting.
The number of people filing for jobless claims dropped by more than expected during the previous week.
The slowdown in manufacturing in the US mid-Atlantic region eased by more than expected in May, the results of a closely followed survey showed.
Homebuilding activity in the States rose a bit last month, but from a lower than expected base.
A top Republican leader voiced confidence that the United States government would avoid a debt default.
American consumers last month resumed their outlays but at a slower than anticipated pace.
Industrial production in the States bounced back last month after two months of flat output, driven by a rebound in factory activity.
Factory sector activity in and around the state of New York worsened sharply in May, the results of a closely followed survey revealed.
Concerns about the economy, including around the debt ceiling standoff, hit consumer sentiment in the US in May, the results of a closely followed survey revealed.