Wholesale prices in the U.S. unexpectedly fell in May, suggesting demand isn’t robust enough to push inflation closer to the Federal Reserve’s target.
One closely-watched measure of consumer confidence unexpectedly fell in June to a three-month low, highlighting a split in attitudes that is holding back the U.S. economy.
Retail sales in the U.S. probably picked up in May as more people bought cars and took to shopping malls, data in the coming week may show.
Treasury five-year notes extended the longest losing streak this year as traders bet improving economic data will push the Federal Reserve to raise rates as early as July 2015.
The U.S. Treasury yield curve approached the flattest level in almost five years as investors speculated the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates sooner than forecast.
Following is the text of the Jan. producer price report from the Labor Department.
The following is the text of the U.S. producer price report for February released by the Labor Department.
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