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Stocks closed higher on Thursday on renewed hope that a resolution to a trade dispute with China could be on the horizon. Investors also cheered strong quarterly results from Walmart and Cisco Systems. » Read More
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren's corporate responsibility bill will help destroy capitalism, Harvard University economics professor Jeffrey Miron told CNBC on Wednesday.
Among the unintended consequences from President Donald Trump's trade war is that it could cause the Federal Reserve to slow the pace of its interest rate hikes, but for the wrong reasons.
At World Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Yang Chaobin, Huawei 5G Product Line, unveiled a range of 3GPP-compliant 5G product solutions.
While sentiment is still relatively high, builders are increasingly concerned over rising home prices and material costs.
U.S. government debt prices ticked higher on Wednesday.
U.S. stocks fell sharply on Wednesday as declines in tech shares and Macy's dampened investor sentiment. Equities also followed overseas stocks lower.
As Sino-American trade tensions escalate, Beijing could use Chinese cybersecurity standards as a weapon against Washington's tariffs.
According to the official count from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most of the recent employment gains for black Americans occurred during the Obama administration.
Stocks rose on Tuesday as a rebound in the Turkish lira lifted investor sentiment.
U.S. government debt prices slipped into the red on Tuesday.
Hong Kong's economic growth is poised to weaken as interest rate increases hit mortgage-holders and the U.S.-China trade war intensifies, analysts say.
Trump has suggested revenue from tariffs could be used to reduce the federal deficit, which rose to $77 billion in July.
The markets have seen much of this movie before: a heavily indebted country finds itself in crisis, the currency plunges and talk quickly turns to contagion and, ultimately, an expensive globally financed bailout.
Much of the cannabis and concentrates on the market are grown and sold in the U.S. but the devices used to consume them are manufactured in China.
Stocks slipped on Monday as a financial crisis in Turkey that sent its currency tumbling last week worsened, dampening investor sentiment around the world.
U.S. government debt prices slipped into the red on the first trading day of the week.