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U.S. industrial output fell in August for the first time since January as Hurricane Harvey battered oil, gas and chemical plants along the Gulf Coast and a cool summer sapped utility demand in the east, the Federal Reserve said on Friday. » Read More
French President Emmanuel Macron delivered an ambitious vision for how the European Union should reform, but used the opportunity to lash out the IMF.
The race to flee Hurricane Irma became a marathon nightmare as more than a half-million people were ordered to leave South Florida on Thursday.
India's demonetization move undoubtedly hurt growth, but its full impact may not have been measured, ex-RBI governor Raghuram Rajan said.
The number of Americans filing for benefits jumped to its highest level in more than two years last week amid a surge in applications in hurricane-ravaged Texas.
Saudi Arabia is revising its major reform strategy just over a year after its launch, extending the timeline of some targets and removing others entirely, according to reports.
These American towns blend historic attractions with urban, cultural and outdoor splendors, U.S. News reports.
The fastest-growing states in the Southeast rank high in job growth, but more people aren't joining the workforce, U.S. News reports.
Trump's nixing of DACA protections puts pressure on Congress to prove how much it really supports the "Dreamers," says Jake Novak.
Public employment is a radical policy idea with deep roots in the Democratic party's past, Vox reports.
British entrepreneur and parliamentarian Michelle Mone has defended her billionaire boyfriend over his links to an alleged £13 million ($16.9 million) tax avoidance scheme.
Ending DACA gives Congress the chance to finally put in place a compassionate immigration policy, says Hector Barreto,
The European Central Bank (ECB) is likely to hold off on making any announcements on its stimulus program when it meets this week.
CATO Institute Visiting Fellow Ike Brannon gave his take on the economic impact of President Donald Trump's DACA decision.
Ending DACA is wrong on every level. Here's what we really need to do about immigration, says Prof. Rodolfo Monterrosa.
Because of North Korea threats, South Korea President Moon Jae-in is giving workers more time off, Newsweek reports.
The Bank of England has settled a dispute over pay with staff that led to the central bank's first strike in more than 50 years.
Toymaker Lego announced plans to lay off 8 percent of its workforce as it reported a 5 percent fall in mid-year revenue.
The death of a major economic concept is riling many economists and analysts.
The future looks bright for 'high-touch' jobs like medicine, hair styling and STEM positions.
"Every major company ... in America has people in recovery," acting White House drug czar Richard Baum told CNBC.
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