President Donald Trump is expected to hold a press briefing on Monday as White House officials indicate that they're open to restarting negotiations on the upcoming coronavirus relief bill.
Mnuchin said he hoped to strike an agreement with Pelosi and Schumer this week on coronavirus aid if the Democrats offer a fair deal.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer are expected to hold a news conference Friday, as lawmakers negotiate coronavirus aid.
Nancy Pelosi said she told Republicans to come back when they are willing to increase their $1 trillion coronavirus aid offer.
U.S. stock futures were under pressure after President Donald Trump issued executive orders on two Chinese tech firms, and investors braced for the July jobs report.
"It's not like we can just avoid a deal and say it doesn't matter. And that's what I'm getting concerned about," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.
Democrats and the White House have struggled to strike a deal to boost an economy and health-care system damaged by the pandemic.
President Donald Trump is expected to hold a press briefing on Wednesday as Republicans and Democrats find more common ground on the next coronavirus relief package.
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Martha McSally are proposing a bigger unemployment insurance extension than Senate Republicans previously did.
A push for $25 billion in additional aid to protect airline jobs through the end of March gained steam with the backing from Republican senators.
Democrats and the White House are struggling to reach a coronavirus stimulus deal, but they seem to be moving closer on unemployment insurance.
U.S. stocks were set to open higher as Disney reported better-than-expected earnings and coronavirus relief negotiations appear to be progressing in D.C.
Negotiators said they made progress but remain far from a coronavirus stimulus deal, which Mitch McConnell said he is prepared to support.
Dow futures were indicating an opening decline of around 90 points as coronavirus relief talks persist, Disney set to report earnings after the bell.
Pelosi, Schumer, Mnuchin and Meadows met Monday and cited progress toward a coronavirus relief bill but no agreement yet.
The top Democrats in Congress are not close to a deal with the White House to pump more money into the U.S. economy to ease the coronavirus' heavy toll, both sides said on Saturday.
Futures tied to major U.S. equity indexes were higher by just a tad Friday morning even after the tech giants reported stellar earnings.
Key unemployment benefits are expiring after Friday as Congress makes little progress toward a deal on another coronavirus relief bill.
The GOP and Democrats are far apart on a coronavirus relief bill as the White House suggests a short-term unemployment insurance extension.
Voters in key states back an unemployment extension, direct payments and state and local aid, the CNBC/Change Research poll found.