A closely watched measure of U.S. inflation in January hit its fastest annual pace in more than four years, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.
U.S. manufacturing activity expanded in February for the sixth consecutive month as businesses reported strong sales and demand, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said Wednesday.
For Snap Inc., a messaging company that started its official bid to go public last Halloween, the looming question now is whether investors are in for a trick or a treat.
The United States has rekindled interest in ultra-long-term debt, including possibly a rare century bond, to lock in the current very low borrowing rates.
Mexico's foreign minister has warned the United States that his country will impose tariffs on U.S. products if U.S. President Donald Trump taxes Mexican imports to finance a border wall.
U.S. President Donald Trump has reportedly ordered a change to the U.S. trade deficit calculations to bolster his argument against trade deals, but analysts say this could undermine a key economic indicator.
U.S. central bankers say they may need to increase the key lending rate "fairly soon," but appear split on the timing amid uncertainty over President Donald Trump's tax and spending policies, the minutes of their last meeting show.
Jasper Spillman, of Lawrence, Kansas, leaves the protest camp as opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline leave their main protest camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Mexico enjoyed solid economic growth last year before uncertainty struck over the impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's trade policies, official data showed Wednesday.
Brazil slashed its key interest rate further on Wednesday to try to yank Latin America's biggest economy out of its worst recession in a century.