Moody's altered it's outlook on 12 United Kingdom-based banks Tuesday, after the country's Brexit referendum. » Read More
Growth slowed, but not as sharply as estimated, with gains in exports and investment in software partially offsetting weak consumer spending.
The Brexit vote will likely put the brakes on what little forward momentum was left for British economic growth.
Britain's government has scrapped plans to sell stakes in RBS and Lloyds this year in the wake of the Brexit vote, sources said.
Standard & Poor's lowers the United Kingdom's sovereign credit rating from "AAA" to "AA."
Trump's camp is firing back at a Moody's Analytics assessment that his economic policies will send the country into a two-year recession.
The U.S. advance goods trade deficit totaled a wider-than-expected $60.59 billion in May.
"The central bank of central banks" has called for an end of boom-and-bust cycles that have plagued the global economy.
Quantifying Brexit's impact on the U.S. is difficult but if anything, the impact will be negative, Deutsche Bank's Torsten Slock says.
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It's a crazy day to be a trader! NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari asks, "How could I have so misjudged the mood and the market psyche?"
Consumers had a slightly dimmer view of the economy prior to Friday's stock market rout.
In CNBC's annual state ranking we used key metrics—from the cost of doing business to the quality of the workforce—to gauge competitiveness.
THe Fed may have to take back its lone rate hike—and even bring more "helicopter money"—after the UK's shocking vote to leave the EU, says Ron Insana.
Orders for long-lasting factory goods fell more sharply than expected in May, amid a huge drop in defense aircraft orders.
Traders now believe the already-dovish Federal Reserve won't be raising interest rates at all this year.
Bernie Sanders also says he will fight to shape the Democratic platform and focus on defeating Donald Trump.
The Fed, already undecided on when next to raise interest rates, now has one more reason to wait: Britain's vote on Thursday to leave the EU.
Bank of Japan policymakers remained deeply divided on whether to expand or scale back its massive stimulus program.
An oil spill of 700 barrels of crude from a pipeline in Ventura County, California, had emergency crews scrambling.
Banks shouldn't be political punching bags that are regulated into submission, says Thomas J. Donohue. We need smart reforms, not punitive measures.
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