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U.S. employers posted slightly more job openings in September, a likely sign that the steady job gains of recent months could continue.
 
The decline in U.S. oil production may not be as severe as expected just a month ago. The government is raising its forecast of U.S. production for both this year and 2017, as drillers respond to higher crude prices. Still, output won't match 2015, which was the biggest year for U.S. production since 1972.
 
American consumers boosted their borrowing in September, a potential sign that recent job growth and wage gains have left them slightly more comfortable with holding debt.
 
The hostility toward trade agreements witnessed in the United States and other countries is misplaced and protectionist measures can hurt the poorest most, the head of the world's leading trade body said Monday.
 
If Hillary Clinton makes it to the White House, a whole lot of eyes will be on her list of do's and don'ts.
 
VW settlement motors on
A mechanic of the "T1 specialist" team works on the restoration of a vintage Volkswagen Kombi bus at a garage in Nucci, Florence on Thursday, Nov. 3. A California judge has said that Volkswagen had made "substantial progress" toward settling charges over illegal pollution cheat devices installed on 3.0-liter diesel cars.
 
China's Dalian Wanda Group has added another entertainment trophy to its stable of overseas acquisitions, paying US$1 billion for Dick Clark Productions, the TV company that produces the Golden Globes and the "Miss America" pageant.
 
The U.S. Federal Reserve said Wednesday the case for raising interest rates has strengthened further with improving economic conditions, but monetary policymakers decided to wait for more progress before acting.
 
A group of U.S. senators called on the government Wednesday to block the Chinese metals giant Zhongwang's takeover of a U.S. aluminum processor for the auto and aerospace industries.
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Fed to wait for more economic progress before rate hike
The US Federal Reserve said Wednesday the case for raising interest rates has strengthened further with improving economic conditions, but monetary policymakers decided to wait for more progress before acting.
 
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