It's a case of deja vu all over again on the debt ceiling debate.
Consumers and businesses aren't the only ones feeling the pain of higher borrowing costs because of Federal Reserve rate hikes. Uncle Sam is too.
Super Bowl LVII is right around the corner, which means Arizona will see hefty spending and wide exposure because of the massive sporting event featuring the Kansas City Chiefs facing the Philadelphia Eagles.
(The Center Square) - Consumer spending fell 0.2 percent in December from the previous month, the Commerce Department said Friday.
From the same month one year ago, the PCE price index - a closely watched measure of inflation - for December increased 5 percent. Prices for goods increased 4.6 percent and prices for services increased 5.2 percent.
When the Federal Reserve convenes at the end of January 2023 to set interest rates, it will be guided by one key bit of data: the U.S. inflation rate. The problem is, that stat ignores a sizable chunk of the country - rural America.
Colorado Democrats introduced a bill this week to repeal the state's ban on rent control.
The average monthly rent for an apartment in Denver decreased by $32 during the third quarter, resulting in an annual savings of $384, according to the Apartment Association of Metro Denver.
Colorado had the nation's highest increase in gas prices over the past week, as the average price increased by 31 cents.
An economic jolt on par with Great Recession could be around the corner if the U.S. defaults on its debt, according to an analysis from Moody's Analytics.
Colorado's unemployment rate dropped slightly in December and the size of the state's labor force declined, according to the state's Department of Labor and Employment.