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People are beginning to move out of these states for many of reasons, the main ones being new jobs, too high rent -- among others.
Financial markets had expected the rate hike, bolstered by recent U.S. data showing job growth continuing at a strong pace.
Hedge fund manager Ken Griffin of Citadel will support Republican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.
Keurig Green Mountain, the maker of K-Cup single-serve coffee pods, said it would be bought by an investor group for about $13.9 billion.
GE has scrapped a $3.3 billion plan to sell its home appliance business to the Swedish company Electrolux, a deal opposed by U.S. regulators.
This week's back-to-back equities sell-off might have been a chance to ride a U.S. stocks rally towards the end of the year.
Stocks jumped more than 2 percent Friday as U.S. job data suggested the economy was strong enough to sustain a Federal Reserve rate hike this month.
Janet Yellen has the clear signs she wanted to push ahead with the first rate rise in a decade this month, but may have a tougher time selling more hikes.
An outbreak of E. coli linked to Chipotle restaurants has sickened seven more people and expanded to three additional states.
Job growth increased solidly in November in a show of the economy's resilience, most likely paving the way for the Fed to raise interest rates this month.
The S&P 500 suffered its biggest loss since late September on Thursday as European Central Bank action disappointed investors.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen tells Congress that economic conditions appear to be improving enough for policymakers to raise interest rates when they soon meet.
U.S. services sector activity slowed in November but a resilient labor market suggested the economy remained on a steady growth path.
Stocks fell sharply Wednesday as a shooting in California added to investor jitters about rising interest rates and oil prices that fell below $40 a barrel.
Private companies added jobs at a solid pace in November, providing a positive sign for the Federal Reserve as it prepares to raise interest rates.
Manufacturing contracted in November as the sector buckled under the weight of a strong dollar and deep spending cuts in the energy sector.
For the third consecutive quarter, U.S. CEOs expressed growing caution about the country's economic prospects in the short term, a survey shows.
U.S. stocks slipped Monday along with declines in health and consumer shares and as investors braced for policy news from central banks.
Slightly more Americans signed contracts to buy homes in October, in a modest rebound that suggests the real estate market has crested.