The U.S. economy is poised for a strong recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, but faces fresh risks from a widespread labor shortage and rising infections among the unvaccinated, according to a survey of American CFOs.
Household incomes saw their first significant drop since 2011. Here are steps to take if you're struggling with finances.
Growth across a range of Chinese economic indicators pulled back sharply in August, as a new outbreak of the COVID-19 delta variant and tighter government regulations on the property market hit consumer spending and the housing sector.
Manufacturers are facing the highest steel and aluminum prices in years, another hurdle for U.S. companies already struggling to make enough cars, cans, and other products.
More than 100,000 customers were without power in Texas and Louisiana on Thursday morning as now post-Tropical Cyclone Nicholas moved near the coastline.
U.S. consumer prices grew at a slower pace in August as gains cooled off from their fastest rate in 13 years.
Jobless claims fell during the first week in September. With the Fed watching the labor market closely, here's what it could mean for interest rates.
The Commerce Department said on Thursday that business applications fell 4.7% to a seasonally adjusted 427,842 last month. The data is derived from business applications for tax identification numbers.
An increase in business activity and consumer spending pushes ECB to pause on emergency pandemic support.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a group of Progressives are urging Biden to appoint a new head of the Federal Reserve. Here's how interest rates could be affected.
Amtrak canceled all service between Washington D.C. and Boston on Thursday due to impacts from heavy rainfall and flooding associated with the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
Power was restored for some customers in Eastern New Orleans on Wednesday as residents struggled to find food and clean drinking water amidst sweltering heat.
Extra pandemic-related unemployment benefits are set to expire on Labor Day. Here's how you can save money now.
Known as a pristine tourist destination, Lake Tahoe is almost unrecognizable under the heavy, grey shroud of wildfire smoke.
Second-quarter GDP was revised up, but remained below expectations. Here's what that means for interest rates.
The Fed’s Jackson Hole meeting may be virtual this year but it is still one of the hotly anticipated wonk fests of the year.
Americans move to online shopping, continuing to spend despite delta variant concerns.
The oldest millennials are approaching a new money milestone: their high-earning years.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. State Department warned on Monday against travel to Turkey because of a rising number of COVID-19 cases in that nation but eased its advisories for India.
Spending at U.S. retailers likely fell in July, amid cooling auto purchases and signs of some pullback in consumer demand as Covid-19 cases tied to the Delta variant rose, economists say.