In March, 129,000 private sector jobs were added, falling far below the 173,000 expected.
The Fed has often been the target of criticism from the Trump administration, and toward the end of last year, the president had reportedly discussed firing Powell.
“The share of total U.S. agricultural exports to China in value terms is projected to be 6 percent, down sharply, with China falling from the top market in 2017 to fifth place,” USDA Chief...
Interest payments on the national debt will soon surpass spending on education and health care.
Federal policy is a logical place to start, but state policymakers are missing a key opportunity if they don’t join this national conversation.
The Department of Agriculture proposed a rule Thursday that would make it more difficult for states to waive work requirements already in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
The president has enjoyed bragging about the economy. With the stock market falling, worries about a possible Fed rate hike are rising. Is it farewell for the Trump Bump?
The experts surveyed expressed their dismay over how the president has handled economic policy and and have lowered their expectations for economic growth.
More than 30 percent of Americans predict the U.S. economy will get worse over the next year.
Donald Trump loves to talk about the stock market, but the stock market does not love the president's tweets, according to a majority of voters.
"It doesn’t seem like anything was actually agreed to at the dinner and White House officials are contorting themselves into pretzels to reconcile Trump’s tweets,” traders from JP Morgan wrote in...
"It's all the more reason why we need to keep working to remove the tariffs on steel and aluminum between our countries," said the Canadian prime minister.
There are now 42.2 million millionaires worldwide—and the number keeps growing.
Ten years after the subprime mortgage disaster, this is how much the average house is worth in every state.
The world's richest people added $1.4 trillion to their fortunes last year as the gap continued to widen between the super-wealthy and everyone else.
In a new report, The World Economic Forum says the Fourth Industrial Revolution will eventually radically overhaul both governments and businesses everywhere—and some countries are more prepared than others.