Jeffry Bartash, Moneyish

Jeffry Bartash

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Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Jeffry:

U.S. manufacturers grow at slower pace, ISM finds, after coronavirus surge

American manufacturers expanded in November for the seventh month in a row, but they suffered a hiccup from a record coronavirus surge that made it harder to... → Read More

U.S. pending home sales fall 1.1% in October as higher prices discourage buyers

A measure of pending home sales fell in October for the second month in a row, signaling the surprisingly strong surge in demand during the pandemic might be... → Read More

U.S. consumer sentiment survey dips again in late November

Consumer attitudes toward the economy suffered a jolt in November after a record increase in coronavirus cases, a closely followed "sentiment" survey showed.... → Read More

U.S. Home Prices Surge to 6-Year High in September, Case-Shiller Index Shows

The cost of buying a house rose sharply again in September, signaling that prospective buyers are unlikely to find better deals any time soon. → Read More

U.S. businesses grow again in November despite record coronavirus surge, Markit finds

Most American businesses grew faster in November, buoyed by news of possible coronavirus vaccines and the end of a bitterly contested 2020 presidential... → Read More

Small-business owners grow more anxious, NFIB finds, after record Covid-19 surge

Small-business owners grew more uncertain about the path of the economy in October, a new NFIB survey shows, amid a record surge in coronavirus cases right... → Read More

U.S. jobless claims fall slightly in late October, but still extremely high

New applications for unemployment benefits fell slightly in late October, but they are declining very slowly and signal ongoing stress in the U.S. labor... → Read More

U.S. factory orders climb 1.1% in September

U.S. factory orders rose 1.1% in September to mark the fifth straight gain, pointing to a steady recovery in the manufacturing segment of the U.S. economy. → Read More

Consumer sentiment rises in late October as Democrats anticipate Biden victory

A measure of consumer confidence rose in late October to a new pandemic high, largely reflecting growing optimism among Democrats that Joe Biden will win the... → Read More

Consumer confidence dips in October as Americans turn less optimistic about future

Consumer confidence waned in October, reflecting somewhat less optimism about the jobs market and the U.S. economy in the next six months. The index of... → Read More

U.S. businesses expand in October at fastest pace in 20 months, Markit shows

The U.S. economy expanded in October at the fastest pace in 20 months, a new survey showed, but companies acted cautiously with coronavirus still spreading... → Read More

Leading economic indicators signal slowing U.S. growth in September

A broad measure of the economy grew again in September, but the slower pace of expansion likely signals that the U.S. lost some momentum, a new survey shows. → Read More

Jobless claims fall 55,000 to new pandemic low of 787,000 as California comes back on line

The number of Americans who lost their jobs and applied for unemployment benefits in mid-October slid by 55,000 to a new pandemic low of 787,000, but the... → Read More

U.S. import prices rise 0.3% in September

U.S. import prices rose 0.3% in September to mark the smallest gain in five months, signaling that a rebound in inflation over the summer could be petering out. → Read More

Consumer prices rise more slowly in September, inflation stays low

The cost of U.S. goods and services rose in September at the slowest pace in four months, reflecting smaller increases in gasoline prices and cheaper... → Read More

Private-sector hiring and job openings fall in August as U.S. economic recovery slows

Companies hired fewer people in July during a fresh wave of coronavirus cases even as they listed more open jobs, reflecting a high level of uncertainty... → Read More

U.S. service economy grows again in September, ISM finds, and employment turns positive for first time in seven months

The huge service side of the U.S. economy — retailers, restaurants, banks, hospitals and the like — expanded in September for the fourth month in a row and... → Read More

President Trump going to Walter Reed after COVID-19 diagnosis

President Trump is going to Walter Reed Medical Center in nearly Bethesda, Md. for further evaluation after being diagnosed with COVID-19, the White House... → Read More

Consumer sentiment hits a six-month high in September for best reading since COVID-19 erupted

Americans grew more optimistic about the economy toward the end of September as consumer sentiment reached a six-month, a new survey showed. → Read More

U.S. adds 661,000 jobs in September, unemployment falls to 7.9%

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The economy regained 661,000 jobs in September and the unemployment rate fell for the fifth month in a row to 7.9%, the government... → Read More