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"I think McConnell is trustworthy on this issue," Jim Cramer says.
Mitch McConnell on Monday insisted the U.S. government will raise the debt ceiling and avoid defaulting on its debt.
Dalio compared the current climate to 1937, as Hitler rallied Germans and the U.S. plunged further into the economic abyss.
Although searching for more new jobs, U.S. workers see little hope for higher pay.
The housing recovery is suffering partly because baby boomers aren't downsizing as they used to — it's getting too expensive.
The U.S. economy can handle March Madness. It can definitely deal with Monday’s momentary darkness, Recode reports.
"I think that's a deterrent for the overall markets," strategist Mark Grant says.
Bannon's out. Wall Street is finally paying attention! Plus, good times at Jackson Hole. And, are eclipses good for the market?
The consumer sentiment index rose to 97.6 in August, in a survey of consumers by The University of Michigan.
Robert Kaplan said he would need to see evidence that prices will rise in the medium term to support another interest-rate hike.
U.S. factory output fell in July, pulled down by tumbling auto production.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell to near a six-month low last week.
The largest railroad in the U.S. continues to cut costs, this time by laying off about 8 percent of its workforce.
Leading Federal Reserve policymaker Stanley Fischer has hit out at plans to unwind banking regulation, brandishing it a “terrible mistake.”
July's strong retail sales relieved some of the fears that the real cause of low inflation is a weak consumer.
Trump's economy is caught in the crossfire, and growing slower because of it, says Vox's Matt Yglesias.
American manufacturers have added nearly a million jobs, but now they demand more education and specialized skills.
U.S. business inventories recorded their biggest increase in seven months in June.
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