President Trump touts the economy with Sean Hannity.
Closing the gap, in part by deleting a standard question about criminal backgrounds on job applications, is the first initiative undertaken by the new policy center at JPMorgan Chase.
China 'will never catch us, if we are smart,' Trump said.
The aluminum producer may close facilities over the next few years as it grapples with slowing economic growth.
Fears of a manufacturing recession have been on the rise.
A recession could theoretically prompt the Fed to eventually send rates into negative territory.
Growth varied across all of the Fed’s 12 districts.
The housing market rebound continues.
The Commerce Department said on Wednesday that retail sales shrank by 0.3 percent in September.
Former Texas lawmaker Beto O’Rourke voiced concern that her policies were “punitive.”
The IMF said its latest World Economic Outlook forecast 2019 GDP growth at 3 percent, down from 3.3 percent from its April outlook.
Yale economist Robert Shiller gives his insight on the economy and what he says is a possible recession.
Belfor Holdings CEO Sheldon Yellen discusses the importance of kindness.
Trump said Caterpillar and John Deere are going to be building the bigger machines.
Still, most consumers do expect to see a slowdown next year.
Trump added that the U.S. is doing “very well” in negotiations.
Powell made the comments during a "Fed Listens" event in Kansas City.
The U.S. remains an economic powerhouse, ranking first on the business dynamism pillar and second in innovation capability.
So far this year, Fed officials have voted to cut interest rates twice.
Powell made the comments during a speech in Denver on Tuesday.