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The average forecast for GDP growth this year is just 2.3 percent because of the trade battle and slowing global growth, the March survey found.
Sales of Ford's large SUVs are a bright spot for a company that has had to make some cuts.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Tuesday, as investors monitored the start of a two-day Federal Reserve meeting.
The Dow closed lower while investors puzzled over conflicting reports over the progress of U.S.-China trade negotiations.
The Council of Economic Advisors says Trump's tax cuts led to millions receiving bonuses and cautions that progressive policies could harm economic growth.
If President Trump stays in office after the 2020 election, he may have a strong U.S. economy to thank.
In a Washington spectacle unseen since the wife of Richard Nixon's attorney general sounded alarms about Watergate, the spouse of a top presidential advisor is issuing urgent public warnings about Trump's mental health, writes CNBC's John Harwood.
"At some point in the future, there will be a reckoning" for Google and big tech either in "Congress or in a court of law," Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says.
"It is absolutely obvious that a big chunk of [people] have been left behind," J. P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon says.
Chipmakers are enjoying their best ever start to a year, boosting investor confidence amid lingering concerns of slowing economic growth.
CEO Jamie Dimon has voiced concern about the declining labor force participation rate in the U.S. and shortfalls of the educational system.
Mortgage rates rose throughout most of last year but have since fallen to below year-ago levels. That should help make all homes more affordable.
Tax breaks enacted to help small businesses aren't permanent, and that's made it difficult for business owners to make long-term decisions.
U.S. government debt yields rose slightly on Monday as investors awaited a Federal Reserve meeting later in the week.
Stocks rose on Monday as Amazon and Apple outperformed, but gains were kept in check amid pressure from Boeing and Facebook, while investors braced themselves for a busy week highlighted by a key Federal Reserve meeting.
Stocks kicked off 2019 with a bang, but markets will need improving economic data to make a run at last year's records.