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President Donald Trump will order his top trade adviser to determine whether to investigate Chinese trade practices that force U.S. firms operating in China to turn over intellectual property.
The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline jumped 8 cents nationally over the past three weeks, to $2.40.
The Trump administration has set a collision course with the auto industry as it launches renegotiations of the 23-year-old NAFTA trade pact this week.
Trump's order to investigate supposedly unfair Chinese trade practices will "poison" relations between the two countries, a Chinese state-run newspaper said.
U.S. consumer prices rose less than expected in July, pointing to benign inflation that could make the Fed cautious about raising interest rates again this year.
Big-box retailers may be struggling, but local mom and pop stores are staying afloat, especially in ethnic neighborhoods.
The U.S. economic expansion will last at least another two years, according to a majority of economists polled by Reuters.
The White House plans to release a brief document in early- to mid-September outlining a framework for overhauling the U.S. tax code.
A plan to slash legal immigration backed by President Donald Trump would cause U.S. GDP and jobs to dip over time, a Wharton analysis says.
The Fed expects sluggish inflation to rise over the next few months while the hot labor market gets hotter, said NY Fed's William Dudley.
U.S. producer prices unexpectedly fell in July, recording their biggest drop in nearly a year, weighed down by declining costs for services and energy products.
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 3,000 to a seasonally adjusted 244,000 for the week ended August 5.
U.S. worker productivity rose more than expected in the second quarter but the trend remained weak, suggesting that robust economic growth could remain elusive.
The number of openings was at 6.2 million on the last business day of the month, the report from the Labor Department said.
"Men will be charged an 18 percent premium to reflect the pay gap."
Before lawmakers can decide how much to tax the rich, they have to figure out who falls into that category.
Fed can leave interest rates because inflation won't rise much even if market continues to improve, according to St. Louis Fed President.
Goldman Sachs economists say the outlook for jobs is better than they thought, and unemployment could go as low as 3.8 percent next year.
The real difference isn't what citizens pay, it's what citizens get.
Several signs are pointing to soft earnings and economic growth, according to Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global.
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