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When China used easy credit and infrastructure spending to avoid the global financial crisis, it reversed years of reforms to open its economy.
The US Justice Department's criminal indictment of Huawei marks a new phase in the cycle of trust between the US and China.
Wall Street should love the economic theory Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez backs — and that should worry the rest of us
Conservatives have been freaking out about modern monetary theory — championed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — but Wall Street should love it.
China's leaders have spent years convincing the world that they're ready to handle a slower growing, more volatile economy.
US wage growth remains weak given the low level of unemployment, suggesting the job market still has room for improvement.
China's economy has started to slow even before US tariffs have had a chance to make an impact. To mitigate that, China is turning to a reliable but dangerous source of growth: infrastructure spending.
ANALYSIS: US-Mexico relations are at their most strained in recent memory — and Mexico's newly elected president could ratchet up the acrimony.
US income inequality, already at its worst levels since the 1920s, is likely to get worse because of President Donald Trump's economic policies, including a tax-cut program that was heavily tilted toward the wealthy.
OPINION: The latest economic data out of China looks less that of an economic superpower, and more like what it truly is — a country saddled with debt and in the midst of a dangerous slowdown.
Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon think they can solve a huge American problem by treating CEOs like babies
OPINION: Buffett and Dimon think that quarterly guidance incentivize CEOs to think short term, but that's just one part of how C-suite incentives are flawed right now.