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.
The Chinese military said the drills "cultivate the willingness and capability of the two militaries to carry out disaster relief operations."
The "people's food basket has shrunk, except for the profiteers of sanctions," said one civil servant living in Tehran.
Ten years after the subprime mortgage disaster, this is how much the average house is worth in every state.
A landslide 189-2 vote saw the U.N. condemn the U.S. embargo of Cuba, just as the island's president visited a Cold War-era ally in Russia.
Several economic analysts and the U.S. Federal Reserve say the country is on the verge of a slowdown, with growth having "peaked" despite bold predictions from the Trump administration.
Right-wing Social Liberal Party hopeful Jair Bolsonaro and former Sao Paulo Mayor Fernando Haddad of the left-leaning Workers Party offer different solutions to Brazil's economic woes. But who will prevail?
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.
Among those who responded to the survey, only 38 percent said that their personal financial situation had improved during the past two years under President Donald Trump and the Republicans.
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.
The chance of a recession within the next year is only 28 percent, and the chance that the U.S. faces an economic downturn in the next three years is higher than 80 percent, one tracker found.
A man from Russia's northern city of Severomorsk faces up to two years in prison after an ATM dispensed up to $2,000 instead of rubles.