There are more signs that China's economy is slowing as its trade fight with the United States escalates.
Any surprising twist could snag the Fed's plans to continue to gradually raise rates this year, and next, as it continues its path toward a more normalized policy a decade after the financial crisis.
Rising prices make wages go less far, and push the Fed closer to hiking interest rates.
Wells Fargo's latest earnings report shows how the bank's bottom line keeps getting dinged by a laundry list of scandals.
The UK plan to keep close ties with the European Union after Brexit could make it impossible to strike a trade deal with the United States.
Wall Street might not be freaking out about the trade war between China and the United States, but serious cracks are forming in commodities.
China is America's second-biggest crude oil customer, making the burgeoning trade war a threat to soaring oil exports.
Second-hand clothes donated by Americans have sparked a trade dispute between the United States and Rwanda.
The European Union has cut its forecast for economic growth in 2018 to 2.1%, down from a prediction of 2.3% in May.
Stocks dipped Wednesday on renewed worries about an escalation of US-China trade tension. But some experts said focus more on the Federal Reserve. More Fed rate hikes could end the bull run and slow down the economy.
Russian gas is a thorny issue in Europe, where many countries continue to rely on Moscow for much of their energy imports.
US companies are getting less money from abroad, for a bunch of reasons.
President Donald Trump has embarked on a visit to Europe. Conflicts over trade risk fraying the world's most important business link.
Armed with ample cash from the Republican tax overhaul, US public companies announced a whopping $436.6 billion worth of stock buybacks, according to research firm TrimTabs.
President Donald Trump's pro-business agenda is in an epic battle -- with his anti-business instincts.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her government have proposed a new plan for Brexit that would maintain close ties with the European Union.
The United States and China have kicked off a trade war. These are some of the products subjected to new tariffs.
Airbus boss Tom Enders says the UK government is clueless about how to prevent Brexit doing severe damage.
Businesses that employ tens of thousands of British workers have issued stark public warnings in recent days about the possible consequences of Brexit.
A global trade war could sink the US economy into recession, spelling an end to the second-longest expansion in American history.
The world's top two economies are set to hit $34 billion of each other's exports with steep new tariffs, the first moves in what may become a devastating cycle of retaliation.
A study of more than a million Uber drivers finds a 7% hourly wage gap between the sexes.
The British Chambers of Commerce has released a list of 24 questions that companies are asking about Brexit. Only two have been answered with just 9 months to go.
A record number of people have jobs, and companies are struggling to fill positions. But workers still aren't getting raises.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned the Trump administration that hitting auto imports with new tariffs would have dire consequences.
After taking a hammering in June, China's stocks and currency are off to a rocky start to July.
India's local retailers say Walmart's takeover of Flipkart will kill their business.
Nearly $300 billion of US exports could be hit by retaliatory tariffs if the Trump administration decides to penalize automobile imports from around the world.
Canada has retaliated against US steel and aluminum tariffs by slapping its own penalties on American exports.
US companies, encouraged by a decade of low borrowing costs, have racked up enormous debt.