We love them, we hate them. And they expect us to walk how many steps a day? Please.
Seventeen Fitbit users confessed their complicated feelings for their activity trackers on the Whisper app.
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Atlanta FedThe "recession" argument keeps losing credibility.
US economic data releases were sparse this week, but the few indicators we did get confirmed the US economy is not on the brink of recession.
Consumer spending is the driving force of economic growth as consumption makes up two-thirds of gross domestic product.
And the first big reading on consumption for 2016 — the January retail sales report — showed that spending is not rolling over.
Retail sales rose 0.4% compared to December, and 0.1% excluding the volatile costs of autos and gas.
Thomson ReutersFRANKFURT (Reuters) - Europe's financial market turmoil could delay a rise in inflation even further and banks will need to be fixed with forceful action over time, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure told a German newspaper on Saturday.
The euro area inflation outlook is already weighed down by sharply lower oil prices and slowing global growth, and the market volatility is compounding the problem, Coeure told Rheinische Post.
"If that (volatility) continues for too long, it can also increase the risk of a rise in inflation being delayed," Coeure said.
Euro zone bank shares are down nearly 30 percent since the start of the year on concerns about profitability, potentially increasing the cost of capital for banks and holding back lending.