Cummins, Deere and WEC Energy are three stocks set to benefit from election pledges to increase infrastructure spending, says ContrarianOutlook.com's Brett Owens.
Economic issues are the main agenda of the trip and it is unclear whether the issue of the South China Sea will crop up, says De La Salle University's Richard Heydarian.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— Atlantic City lawmakers are set to vote on a plan to avoid a state takeover including selling its airport. City Council will vote Wednesday on key parts of a fiscal plan, including selling Bader Field to the Municipal Utilities Authority for $110 million. City officials have projected $72.9 million in savings from 2017 through 2021. Atlantic...
Lack of spending on tourism infrastructure will prevent Asean economies from keeping up with growth forecasts, says World Travel & Tourism Council's David Scowsill.
Funding might be available but infrastructure development also needs time and governmental support, says Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation's Rajeev Kannan.
Brexit hurt Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan's short-term returns, but U.K. assets remain attractive, said a senior vice president at the fund.
Returns on OECD-based infrastructure have become competitive, making Asia a new opportunity, says the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan's Andrew Claerhout.
More than $1 trillion is required each year to develop suitable infrastructure in Asia, says Michael Barrow at the Asian Development Bank.
The federal government to expedite the environmental review for a new train tunnel between NY and NJ under the Hudson River.
Henry Cisneros, Former HUD Secretary, shares his take the presidential race and what is in store for the U.S. economy.
BILLINGS, Mont.— A coal company with mines in Montana and Wyoming said Thursday that it's begun exporting fuel to Asia through a Canadian shipping terminal, after its yearslong effort to secure port access in the U.S. But industry opponents said the move signals that coal exports through Oregon and Washington are doomed to failure, while a regional trade group...
Morgan Stanley tells investors to buy stocks levered to government infrastructure spending.
An LIRR passenger train derailed on Saturday near New Hyde Park, New York, injuring as many as 29 and forcing service suspension, officials said.
KBZ Bank's Zaw Ling Aung explains how the private bank can help companies deal with the challenges of starting a business in Myannar.
Institute of Chinese Studies' Jabin Jacob talks about economic ties between the Asian giants and the strategic concerns India has with One Belt, One Road.
Nissan India Operations' Guillaume Sicard talks about how India's improved tax system will benefit Nissan, as well as the growth potential of the country.
Chinese cities may be scrambling to contain a private housing bubble, but industrial metals' prices will be supported by a infrastructure spending boom.
Export-Import Bank of the U.S.'s Chairman Fred Hochberg talks about how the Bank helps U.S. companies tap India's growth and trade deals, such as TPP.
India needs infrastructure and China wants to get in on the business, but political tensions loom, says Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's C. Raja Mohan.
Chinese firms want in on India's rail sector as it's a major growth industry, says FTI Consulting's Nicholas Consonery.