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The percentage of Americans viewing the economy as excellent or good dropped 8 points, according to CNBC's All-America Economic survey.
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U.S. government debt prices rose on Thursday as investors awaited developments in the U.S.-Sino trade dispute.
Stocks seesawed on Thursday as investors digested the recent developments surrounding the ongoing U.S.-China trade war in what has been a very volatile week for Wall Street.
Apple will invest $1 billion in a new campus in Austin, Texas, the company announced on Thursday.
The bumper purchase of India's Flipkart is yet to impress investors but Walmart says the deal is already paying off.
Duke University's look at where 212 CFOs stand showed that 48.6 percent think the next negative growth period is less than 12 months away.
If your plans for 2019 include making more money, now is the time to prepare yourself. How to position yourself for a raise or a better paying job.
U.S. economic growth will defy expectations again in 2019 thanks to a business investment boom and President Donald Trump's trade strategy, White House economic advisor Kevin Hassett said Wednesday.
New year, new tax brackets. The IRS is updating its individual income tax brackets for 2019 and making a few other inflation-adjusted changes. What it means for you.
Despite a string of events that has seemed to push the central bank into a more dovish posture, a December hike now seems inevitable.
U.S. government debt yields held steady on Wednesday after a government report showed no change to consumer prices across the month of November.
Stocks closed higher on Wednesday as investors digested news related to the ongoing trade war between the United States and China.
President Trump is responding to his weakening political position by trying ever-harder to display strength. The display is not convincing.
When the kids head back to school in the new year, airfares drop, according to search site Hipmunk. Here's where flexible travelers can find flight bargains in January.
Elliot Weissbluth of Hightower and Tom Stringfellow of Frost Investment Advisors caution investors the real cause for concern is not whether a bear market is imminent, but whether they're staying the course and availing themselves of advice.