Family-owned midwestern businesses are being forced to pursue moving to Mexico to avoid tariffs levied in President Donald Trump's trade war.
"There are a heck of a lot of U.S. companies that have a lot of sales in China that are basically going to be watching their earnings be downgraded." Things will continue this way, "until we get a deal with China, It's not going to be just Apple," he said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that "China's reforms will never stop and its doors will only open ever wider."
Just as tensions with the U.S. were heating up on Earth, the Chang'e-4 probe was set to conduct the first soft landing in history on the dark side of the moon.
"They take the remains out to the ground. A skull is worth something, each finger is worth something, a hand is worth something else."
According to the latest U.S. Census Bureau estimates, West Virginia lost about 0.5 percent of its population between July 2017 and July 2018. The United States, meanwhile, gained about the same percentage of people overall.
As Trump continues to tweet and rant against the Federal Reserve and its chairman, he's setting off further market losses and damaging the global economy, said former senior economic officials.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the banking chiefs told him "they have ample liquidity for lending to consumer, business markets and all other market operations."
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.
Americans could cut back on spending if the stock market does not bounce back.
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.
Trade deficits between the U.S. and China reached an all-time high in October as imports rose 0.2 percent to $266.5 billion and exports fell 0.1 percent to $211 billion—making it clear that increased tariffs were not making "America rich again."
"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 their desk commentary Tuesday.
"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.
"I'm doing deals, and I'm not being accommodated by the Fed," Trump said in an interview with The Washington Post on Tuesday. "They're making a mistake because I have a gut, and my gut tells me more sometimes than anybody else's brain can ever tell me."
There are now 42.2 million millionaires worldwide—and the number keeps growing.
As of Wednesday morning, the Dow had grown 25.69 percent since Trump took office. At the same point in Obama's presidency, the Dow was up 40.94 percent.
Some believe that President Donald Trump will revalue the Iraqi dinar, regarded as a long-awaited prophecy for some get-rich-quick investors.
Trump received his best grades yet on the economy, but there was little else positive for the president in a new Quinnipiac poll.
A recent South Korea court ruling has stirred anger in Japan just as the U.S. may need them both the most in order to advance peace talks with North Korea.
We've broken down the military might of both nations, including their soldiers, equipment, technology and economy.