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  • Consumer Confidence in U.S. Dropped Last Week to Two-Month Low

    Consumer confidence fell last week to the lowest level in more than two months as views on the economy, personal finances and buying climate worsened.

  • Decrease in Claims Shows U.S. Labor Market Mending: Economy

    Claims for jobless benefits dropped last week to the lowest level in a month as fewer temporary workers were dismissed following the holidays, showing the U.S. labor market is on the mend.

  • Funtleyder, Brusuelas, Willis Discuss Health Care (Audio)

    Les Funtleyder, president of Poliwogg's Investment Advisory division, Bloomberg senior economist Joe Brusuelas, and Ben Willis, managing director at Albert Fried & Co. LLC., discuss the economic impact of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Funtleyder, Brusuelas and Willis talk with Bloomberg's Courtney Donohoe on Bloomberg Radio's "Taking Stock."

  • Brusuelas: Private Sector Job Growth Was Good News

    Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Senior Economist Joe Brusuelas discusses the October U.S. employment report and the economic impact of Hurricane Sandy. He speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • ECB Basel ‘Voice,’ Credit Bureaus, Swaps, ESMA: Compliance

  • Consumer Confidence in U.S. Rises

    Household confidence improved last week to a four-year high as more Americans said the economy was improving and decided it was a good time to shop.

  • Consumer Comfort Highest in Almost Four Years

    Consumer confidence in the U.S. increased last week to the highest level since April 2008 as more Americans had a favorable view of their finances.

  • Brusuelas on July U.S. Jobs Report, Outlook

    Aug. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg economist Joe Brusuelas talks about the July U.S. Employment report. Payrolls in the U.S. rose 163,000, more than forecast, following a revised 64,000 gain in June. The unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent. (Joseph Brusuelas is a Bloomberg economist. The opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)

  • Fed’s ‘Weak’ Banks, Bernanke Testimony, S&P: Compliance

    Five years after one of the most costly financial crises in U.S. history, the 18 largest banks still fall short in at least one of five areas critical to risk management and capital planning, the Federal Reserve said.

  • Investor Worry: Fiscal Cliff, ECB Efforts

    Aug. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg LP's Joe Brusuelas and Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors' Al Rabil speak with Bloomberg's Matt Miller about the concerns that keep them up at night as investors. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Rewind." (Source: Bloomberg)

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