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All three of the major US averages are lower Monday morning despite China's Shanghai Composite gaining nearly 5%.
Stocks jumped Friday as Wall Street shook off fears about rising rates and the prospect of slowing economic growth around the world.
The US economy was just ranked the world’s most competitive, but a closer look at the country’s ‘weakening social fabric’ coul...
While the United States was ranked as the top country for overall economic competitiveness in a recent report from the World Economic Forum, there were some troubling warnings about certain aspects of American society.
Stocks slipped Thursday as Wall Street fretted over Federal Reserve signals they interpreted as more hawkish than expected, cementing fears about rising rates that had led to a global sell-off last week.
The three major US indices slipped Wednesday as an earnings-fueled rally lost steam and ahead of Federal Reserve meeting minutes, with Wall Street still on edge following a sell-off that had battered global stocks last week.
President Donald Trump is blaming the Federal Reserve for the stock market's sell-off. Some investors have also pointed to concern about higher interest rates as a driver for the selling. By entering the debate, Trump is raising the stakes of a monetary-policy error.
It looks like the UK has bounced back from its economic slump — but it is still headed for its worst year since the financial crisis
The British economy may finally have gotten itself out of the deep rut it entered at the end of 2017, but it still looks to be headed for its worst year since the financial crisis in terms of pure economic growth.
Following the worst couple of days on Wall Street since February, stocks staged a recovery on Friday amid signs inflationary pressures remain in check despite a humming economy, and as earnings season kicked off with strong postings from major banks.
Wall Street opened below key levels Thursday but found some relief from tamer-than-expected inflation data, a day after worries about rising rates and trade tensions sparked a sharp sell-off in global markets.
Brazil's currency jumped Monday following presidential elections over the weekend, where far-right fringe candidate Jair Bolsonaro easily secured a spot in a runoff scheduled for later this month.