"America is pretending like we're this island," when all other major central banks are easing, market watcher Mark Grant tells CNBC.» Read More
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment rose less than expected last week, a sign that the labor market continues to strengthen.
As the FAA considers drones for commercial use, demand is spiking for the engineers needed to design the aircraft, and operators needed to run them.
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The U.S. trade deficit jumped 17.1 percent in December to $46.6 billion, the highest since late 2012.
U.S. nonfarm productivity dropped 1.8 percent in the fourth quarter after economists projected a 0.5 percent rise.
Employers cut 53,041 jobs in January, led by energy sector layoffs, Challenger, Gray & Christmas reported.
The Fed is right to hold off on raising U.S. interest rates for now so as not to risk a further and economically costly drop in already low inflation.
Oil prices are in the midst of a prolonged slump, squeezing bottom lines everywhere. How do sovereign wealth funds cope?
U.S. job growth likely remained firm in January, supporting views that consumers will have enough muscle to carry the economy through tough times.
Texas bank Cullen/Frost’s Chairman and CEO Dick Evans says even if crude falls another 20%, his company will be able to stay afloat.
The Obama administration must insist that U.S. trading partners pledge not to manipulate currencies when negotiating trade deals, the Senate Committee on Finance chairman said on Friday.
Economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter as weak business spending and a wider deficit offset the fastest pace of consumer spending since 2006.
The pace of business activity in the U.S. Midwest in January accelerated unexpectedly in January, a report showed on Friday.
The corporate "tax holiday" plan to pay for infrastructure projects is supported by Sens. Rand Paul and Barbara Boxer, the Journal says.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen offered an upbeat assessment on the U.S. economy in a meeting with Senate Democrats, according to media reports.
The U.S. economy likely grew at a brisk clip in the fourth quarter as lower gasoline prices buoyed consumer spending.
Analysts are predicting Standard & Poor's 500 companies will see no earnings growth at all in the first quarter of 2015. Here's why.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits plunged, adding to bullish signals on the labor market.
We have our work cut out for us if we want to build a real economy, billionaire Jeff Greene said.
Investment guru Bill Gross projected that the Fed will raise rates this year, but that a cautious approach will ease the pain.