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Trump just threw an event for American manufacturers from each state — but it left out the countless others that are struggling with his new tra...

Other businesses across the country have grown frustrated at protectionist policies that have come to shape the Trump presidency.

Stocks are rising as tepid Chinese growth has traders ‘baying for more stimulus’

China's economy grew 6.2% last quarter, its slowest pace in at least 27 years, raising hopes the government will ramp up its efforts to boost demand.
President Donald Trump stands behind Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell.

Who is Jerome Powell? The man Trump keeps trying to fire holds the fates of US economy and stock market in his grasp

He's the Chair of the Federal Reserve, and his interest-rate decisions are under extreme scrutiny from Donald Trump and stock investors alike.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell holds a news conference on the television behind them in New York, U.S., June 19, 2019.

Stocks hit fresh highs as Wall Street anticipates a July rate cut

Fed Chairman Jay Powell reassured investors who had seen a rate cut as less likely following a strong June jobs report last week.

Bank of America just slashed its forecast for global economic growth — and it’s blaming Trump’s trade war

The firm lowered its predicted global GDP forecast to 3.3% from 3.6%. It had already lowered it in November.

Trump again claims that his immigration deal with Mexico included secret concessions

Trump has sought to emphasize that claim since reports said that many aspects of the arrangement had been reached before the US threatened tariffs.

The Dow tops 27,000 for the first time after the Fed signals a rate cut is coming

The Federal Reserve has sent strong signals that the central bank would soon step in to keep the economy humming.

Rate cuts are coming — and markets are ecstatic

Stocks climbed on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell strongly hinted the central bank will cut rates this month.

Stocks end mixed as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street

Negotiations to defuse the yearlong tariff dispute are set to continue, but the US and China remain far apart on key issues.

US consumer debt jumped to nearly $4.1 trillion in May

A solid pace of credit growth can point to a positive outlook for consumer spending, which accounts for more than two-thirds of economic activity.