Jonathan Garber, Fox Business

Jonathan Garber

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Past articles by Jonathan:

Big money investors growing more optimistic inflation is 'transitory'

More big money investors say inflation is "transitory." → Read More

Housing starts unexpectedly drop as materials shortages persist

U.S. homebuilding unexpectedly slowed in October as builders continued to struggle with higher costs and supply shortages. → Read More

Stocks hold near records with Target, Lowe's earnings in focus

U.S. stock futures hovered near record highs Wednesday as investors assessed earnings reports from big-box retailers. → Read More

Retail sales accelerate as supply chain crisis causes earlier start to holiday-shopping season

Consumer spending accelerated in October as shoppers kicked off the holiday shopping season earlier than usual due to the supply chain bottlenecks. → Read More

Stocks tick higher as retail sales jump

U.S. stocks were mixed Tuesday as traders digested a jump in retail sales. → Read More

Tyson Foods plans further price hikes to offset inflation pressures

Tyson Foods Inc. is planning further price increases to offset soaring costs. → Read More

Stocks near records as Boeing order boosts Dow

U.S. stock indexes gained Monday as the major averages honed in on record highs after strength in Boeing shares boosted the Dow. → Read More

Inflation may pave way to recession: Peter Schiff

Soaring inflation is going to get worse and will have dire consequences for the U.S. economy, according to one economist. → Read More

A record 4.4M Americans quit jobs as 'Great Resignation' gathers momentum

The number of U.S. workers quitting their jobs surged to a record in September as openings remained near an all-time high. → Read More

Average new car price soars to $46,000

New car prices surged to a record high last month as buyers paid over sticker price amid an environment of strong demand and tight supply. → Read More

Stocks mixed as Disney drags Dow

U.S. stock indexes were mixed Thursday as the major averages looked to put an end to their two-day losing streaks. → Read More

Manchin points to inflation crisis as Biden’s spending plan toils in Congress

Sen. Joe Manchin expressed his concerns over inflation after the latest consumer price index report showed prices surged at the fastest annual pace in 31 years. → Read More

Consumer prices surge by most in 31 years

U.S. consumer prices accelerated at the fastest annual pace in more than 30 years as supply chain bottlenecks and materials shortages persisted and gasoline prices surged. → Read More

Homebuilders face further inflation headwinds

U.S. homebuilders face further cost pressures heading into next year, according to D.R. Horton, the nation's largest homebuilder by market capitalization. → Read More

Producer inflation picks up in October

Producer prices rose at a faster clip in October and at a record annual pace as supply chain bottlenecks and materials shortages persisted. → Read More

Stock futures mixed ahead of PPI report

U.S. stock futures were little changed Tuesday as investors await the latest reading on inflation. → Read More

Elon Musk's Tesla stock sale not a big deal, analyst says

Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s plan to sell up to 10% of his stake isn’t a big deal, according to one Wall Street analyst. → Read More

Stocks mixed as $1.2T infrastructure bill clears Congress

U.S. stock futures were little changed Monday after the bipartisan infrastructure bill sailed through Congress. → Read More

US needs to decouple from China now: Peter Navarro

Former President Donald Trump’s trade adviser says the U.S. needs to completely decouple from China to make it pay for COVID-19. → Read More

US economy adds 531K jobs in October, surging past expectations

U.S. hiring topped expectations as the delta variant waned and the expiration of extended unemployment benefits moved further in the rearview mirror. → Read More