The combination of the U.S.-China trade war and the Chinese government’s efforts to restrict capital outflow have radically reduced Chinese foreign investment in the American real...
The Fed cut a quarter-point, then Powell threw cold water on the party. The next day, Trump imposed more tariffs on China. Volatility has returned as...
It was a week of a dovish Fed and ECB, continued threats on the trade war front, and, war clouds hanging over the Gulf.
President Donald Trump has threatened to increase tariffs on Mexico, hurting the cotton market.
The Fed does not report to the White House so these calls from Kudlow and Trump are unprecedented. The Fed (FOMC) next meets April 30 and...
The rollercoaster ride in markets in 2018 continues this year, and these are some driving factors to watch out for.
The past year had been dynamic for the currency markets. As we welcome 2019, investors might be wondering what's in store for the EURUSD market.
Data show that economic changes since Trump's election are mostly positive, such as employment and unemployment rates, but Federal debt is rising.
President Donald Trump's tweet about meeting with Chinese President Xi triggered a rally among rice, cotton and soybean on prospects of better trade deals.
Here's why the decisions of world leaders play a role in the global economy.