CNBC survey shows President Donald Trump's approval rating on the economy is still in positive territory but has fallen since summer 2018.
Almost half of Americans are struggling to meet their daily costs, despite working, and a majority want more financial help from the government, according to a new report.
"The second-quarter number would be humongous if the government reopened. It would be like 4 or 5 percent," Kevin Hassett, chairman of Trump's Council of Economic Advisers, told CNN.
An overwhelming majority of U.S. chief financial officers say the economy will sink into a recession by the end of Trump's first term in 2020, and about half say it will happen next year.
China is expected to overtake the United States as the world's top economy in the next 15 years, but President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have conflicting views on globalization.
Even if the president is able to promote the expansion of manufacturing jobs, they're not necessarily coming to the Rust Belt towns that used to rely on them.
One Democratic super PAC believes this is where the president should be attacked.
Because Americans have access to inexpensive items, they can have more money to spend on other things, which benefits everyone.
A "Second Gilded Age" has brought levels of inequality not seen since labor unions first organized.
As a higher share goes to the well-to-do, the household sector recycles less into spending, which slows growth.
America should cultivate, with Western Europe, a vital Atlantic partnership that embraces the cultures of the universe.
U.S. job growth rebounded last month, adding 223,000 jobs, signs of a pick-up in economic momentum.
Since his first State of the Union address, economic concerns have continued to dominate Barack Obama's presidency. Which perhaps explains his gray hair.