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The US-China trade war could soon push consumers to reduce spending, according to a new Bank of America Merrill Lynch consumer confidence survey.
President Donald Trump has announced an end to metal tariffs on Canada and Mexico, clearing major hurdles for a new North American trade agreement.
A new bill is proposing fines of anywhere from $25 to $250 for texting while crossing the street in New York City
If the threat of being hit by a speeding vehicle wasn't enough to deter you from texting while crossing the street, perhaps a small fine will.
Executives at S&P 500 companies have sounded off on the US-China trade war amid ongoing uncertainty between the world's largest economies.
The Trump administration is preparing tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. Here are all the products that will get hit.
The Trump administration is preparing to place tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports, about $300 billion worth.
Stocks are getting hammered after Trump threatens to slam new tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of Chinese goods
US equity markets were under tremendous pressure on Monday after President Donald Trump threatened new tariffs on Chinese goods.
The Federal Reserve is widely expected to leave borrowing costs unchanged at the end of a two-day policy meeting on Wednesday.
GDP growth smashed expectations at the beginning of 2019. But economists say the upswing probably won’t last.
A broad measure of economic growth out Friday may have masked pockets of weakness in the economy.
The US trade deficit hasn’t been this small in 8 months, but Boeing’s 737 Max problems suggest it may not last
The US trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed in February, hitting its lowest level in eight months as shipments of civilian aircraft surged.
Outrage over the cost of the life-saving drug insulin has drugmakers scrambling, but Congress and the public demand a price cut
Critics call the new programs "PR stunts,"and say drug companies should just lower their prices.