Midterm election years are historically a bonus for investors, yet this year, with inflation and recession woes, more headwinds exist. The S&P 500 is down 20%.
The Midwest is the most skeptical of all U.S. regions when it comes to government and media yet American businesses are held in high regard, according to a new Edelman survey.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic is the latest policymaker to get tripped up over personal investments.
Recessionary fears are top of mind for the nation's CEOs, many of whom are positioning their businesses for a sharper downturn.
Investors continued to dump U.S. stocks as fears grow that a potential recession will be deeper than initial forecasts as the Federal Reserve attempts to tame inflation.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is flexing his muscle again, saying policymakers won't botch the fight to tame inflation that is still running near a 40-year high.
Stocks tumbled after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell delivered a short but to-the-point speech signaling that his inflation battle will have consequences.
President Biden's student loan debt plan was met with cheers and jeers. FOX Business breaks down some of the key points for those who qualify and those who don't.
The beaten-down stock averages are dusting themselves off with the Nasdaq Composite entering a fresh bull market, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average exited its recent correction.