A global trade war could sink the US economy into recession, spelling an end to the second-longest expansion in American history.
Homebuilder Lennar reported sales and profits that topped forecasts and indicated there is still healthy demand for new homes despite rising mortgage rates.
Investment in the UK auto industry has halved because of concerns that Brexit could damage profitability in the industry by disrupting supply chains.
Wall Street's trade anxiety is spreading to tech.
A move by President Donald Trump to impose tariffs on cars assembled in Europe would dramatically escalate trade tensions and produce a quick response from the European Union.
Banks are not prepared for a "no deal" Brexit and must act now to avoid putting financial stability at risk, according to Europe's top regulator.
Amazon and Jeff Bezos might be conquering the world, but there's at least one exclusive club they haven't gained entry to: The Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The White House and Congress have been at odds over the Chinese state-controlled company, which had been labeled a security threat.
If Trump puts tariffs on European cars, it would hurt automakers who build a lot of cars in the United States.
Hispanic-Americans are climbing the social mobility ladder just slightly slower than their white peers, but much faster than blacks, according to a recent study.
Two years have passed since Brits voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, but the dramatic consequences of severing ties built over four decades are still coming into focus.
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India has dropped large motorbikes from a list of US products it will hit in retaliation for US steel and aluminum tariffs.
OPEC members are meeting Friday in Vienna to consider a potential production increase that would please its customers and help ease prices.
Fears of a trade war have put the Dow on track for its longest losing streak in 15 months. Goldman Sachs thinks the worst could be yet to come.
The majority of tax filers will see a federal tax cut this year. But a new analysis finds there can be notable differences in how big the average cuts will be in a given income group based on where filers live.
Faced with a large and growing worker shortage, the health care industry is tapping into an unconventional pool of workers to fill vacancies: former manufacturing and retail workers.
Saudi Arabia wants OPEC to boost oil supply to keep its customers satisfied. And it thinks other producers will agree.
The economy has become a major issue in Turkish elections scheduled for Sunday. Will voters punish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan?