Robert Kaplan is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and a voting member of the Fed's policy-setting committee. » Read More
Trump criticizes Germany once again for its trade surplus and low contributions to NATO, saying this attitude is "very bad."
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Mike Dubke, President Donald Trump's communications director, says he is leaving the White House for "personal" reasons.
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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
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A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who covered Nixon said there's no smoking gun in Trump's Russia scandal yet ... because he keeps shooting!
U.S. consumer spending recorded its biggest increase in four months in April and monthly inflation rebounded.
Martin Mucci, Paychex president and CEO, breaks down the latest data on the state of small business in America.
Venezuela's National Assembly leader threatened a later government may refuse to pay $2.8 billion in bonds that Goldman recently purchased.
European Central Bank policymakers are set to take a more benign view of the economy, four sources with knowledge of the talks told Reuters.