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A sharp rise in interest rates last week meant far fewer homeowners could benefit from a mortgage refinance.
Multiple signs of inflation in freight-related industries are at or near historical highs, in what could be an early sign that price pressures are building and ready to reverberate around the economy.
Less than 1 percent of the Big Island is actually impacted by the Kilauea volcano eruption, says Gov. David Ige.
President Donald Trump's efforts to level the trade playing field with China are more political than economic, the chief executive of Barings told CNBC.
The United States has raised tariffs on steel from Vietnam that Washington says originated in China and evaded anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel.
Trade trade negotiations with China appear to have a similarly chaotic and incoherent framework
The finalists from the Council for Economic Education's National Economics Challenge will put their economics and problem-solving skills to the test in the nation's only high school economics competition.
The Treasury secretary says stocks reflect the improving economy, adding he is "very bullish" on the market.
Triumphant tones coming from the White House over the weekend are inconsequential, Moody's chief economist said Monday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin puts a positive face on U.S.-China trade negotiations.
But for now, the Treasury secretary says, "We're focused on a new NAFTA that would go through Congress."
The United States and China have agreed to drop their tariff threats on billions of dollars worth of each country's goods while they work on a wider trade agreement, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala speaks about China's economic partnership with African countries.
In an earnings call, a Campbell official holds tariffs as a factor in the company's expected poor performance.
A ministry spokesman said that the claims were not true while speaking at a daily news briefing about the ongoing trade talks between the world's two largest economies, according to Reuters.
The Leading Economic Index was expected to rise 0.4 percent in April for its sixth straight month of gains.
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