Gallup's global Negative Experience Index hit an all-time high last year as the COVID-19 pandemic persisted
Americans increased spending in May by just 0.2% — the smallest gain in 2022 — as high inflation made them more cautious about what they...
Here are the trading hours for markets heading into the Independence Day weekend.
Stocks are looking at the worst first-half of a year since 1970, with investors weighed by worries over inflation, recession and central banks.
The Chicago Business Barometer, also known as the Chicago PMI, fell to 56 in June from 60.3 in the prior month.
The U.K. is teetering on the edge of recession, say economists at Goldman Sachs, as inflation-battered Britons curtail spending and the Bank of England raises...
Bond yields soften as a risk-off tone across global markets encourages the buying of government debt and traders weigh the latest U.S. inflation data.
Pres. Biden’s ambitious climate-change plan hit a major hurdle as the Supreme Court ruled to restrict federal reach in controlling emissions at power plants.
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.7% for the week ending June 30, down 11 basis points from the prior week, according to Freddie Mac.