This is the time to borrow, says Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, discussing his plan to take advantage of historically low interest rates. Our infrastructure is in terrible shape, says Trump.
Dan Clifton, Strategas Research Partners, shares his thoughts on the liklihood of tax reform passing Congress if Hillary Clinton is elected.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump unveils his economic plan, including his views on U.S. infrastructure and manufacturing.
The country's crumbling infrastructure may not be able to be fixed because of thousands of outdated local and state laws that prevent anything from getting done. Philip Howard, author and Common Good founder, explains.
After a slow start, reforms are now going in the right direction, says the country's former trade minister Mari Pangestu.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana discusses his views on infrastructure projects amidst low rates.
The enormous investment is contributing to the city's problems amid fiscal and political crises, says Andrew Zimbalist, Smith College's sports economist.
The real 10-year rate recently went negative again. So why aren't we feverishly rebuilding our infrastructure, when borrowing is practically free?!
Surbana Jurong, Singapore's Temasek-backed town planner, will buy Australia's SMEC Holdings for $400 million. CEO Wong Heang Fine explains.
Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar CEO, says the company would like to see an increase in infrastructure around the world and shares his thoughts on whether political rhetoric will impact trade.
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz says the China-Pakistan economic corridor is a holistic initiative to improve trade, investment and cooperation.
New Yorkers were frustrated early Wednesday afternoon as delays plagued several subway lines.
The presidential election may be center stage, but a dozen states are electing governors this year. CNBC's Scott Cohn breaks down who’s running and what’s at stake.
China State Construction International Holdings (CSI) secured the top spot for the industrial sector in the annual survey. Executive director Hung Cheung Shew explains the firm's growth strategy.
The Japanese PM will likely introduce infrastructure projects ahead of the Olympics to stimulate the economy, says Union Bancaire Privée's Kieran Calder.
New South Wales' Transport Minister Andrew Constance says the close elections highlight the need for governments to have stronger agendas.
Olivier Brousse, CEO of John Laing Group, warns important infrastructure projects and investment decisions may be paused due to Brexit uncertainty.
It is crucial that the U.K. and the EU come to a good arrangement so that the Brexit impact is minimized, says AIIB President Jin Liqun.
There's clear strength in China's services PMI relative to its manufacturing PMI as it makes its economic transition, says JPMorgan's James Sullivan.
Discussing his support for Hillary Clinton for president, and the time to fix infrastructure in America and putting money to work in science areas, is James Simons, Renaissance Technologies founder.