Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says his government will launch a cryptocurrency to fight what he calls a financial "blockade" by the Trump administration against the socialist-run country.
Wall Street Journal columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady on the crisis in Venezuela.
Mexico will raise its minimum wage to $4.71 per day next month, President Enrique Pena Nieto said on Tuesday, a 10 percent hike unlikely to satisfy U.S. and Canadian NAFTA negotiators who see low Mexican salaries as unfair competition.
Venezuela opens talks with creditors on Monday to renegotiate a crippling debt that has left citizens sifting through garbage for food, as the once-prosperous OPEC nation seeks to avert a default that would plunge its economy into deeper crisis.
Packed into a remote corner of a pavilion, just 13 U.S. companies took stands at Cuba's sprawling trade fair this year, in a sign of how firms' interest in doing business on the island has dwindled in the first year of Donald Trump's presidency.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday sanctioned 10 more Venezuelan officials, including several government ministers, who it said had helped Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's attempts to undermine democratic rule in the country.
The U.S. government made it tougher on Wednesday for Americans to book trips and do business with Cuba, making good on a pledge by President Donald Trump.
The Wall Street Journal columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady on the crisis in Venezuela.
It has been one month since Hurricane Maria charged through the Caribbean towards Puerto Rico, wiping out the island’s power grid and much of its infrastructure.
FBN's Charles Payne discusses the market's record day and IBM's third-quarter earnings.
Viking Cruises CEO Torstein Hagen weighs in on cruise line business and the hurricane season that has plagued the Caribbean.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino reports Puerto Rico bondholders believe President Trump has limited authority to prevent repayment.
The price of Puerto Rico's benchmark general obligation bonds tumbled to a record low on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump suggested the island's massive debt load will have to be wiped out due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney on Wednesday said President Trump's comments on Puerto Rico's debt does not indicate that the federal government is involved in its bond situation.
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday while on a trip to Puerto Rico to observe hurricane recovery efforts that the island's massive debt will have to be wiped out.
Homeland Security Department Press Secretary Dave Lapan on the latest recovery efforts and President Trump's visit to Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico remains in crisis nine days after Hurricane Maria made landfall, leaving the Caribbean island with no power and little water.
Puerto Rico Resident Commissioner Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon discusses Congress' hurricane relief aid package pledge.
Puerto Rico Public Security Department's Hector M. Pesquera weighs in on the reports of looting and lawlessness in the island.
FBN's Stuart Varney weighs in on the crisis in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.