The change in a world leader’s decisions have a heavy effect on all parties concerned—even on the world market.
World trade is beginning to slide as Italy and Germany could be leading the Eurozone into a recession. Meanwhile, U.S. unemployment rate jumped.
The United States, Canada and Mexico have reached an agreement to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Here's a look at what the new deal...
While the tax reform helped to cut taxes by millions of dollars, it has a big impact on the U.S. deficit.
Increased sugar stocks offset a dip in the trade market of wheat, corn and oats. Changes in production and usage predict accountability in the next months.
The US stock markets' increasing value is not seen as a favorable sign while international exchanges are dwindling.
Wheat and other agricultural products continue to fluctuate due to weather conditions and other factors.
Budget deficits, Hurricane Irma and troubles in the Federal Reserve Board bring uncertainty to American markets.
Gold fell to a low of $1,223 before reversing on Friday and the cash market rose to $1,234 roughly $8 above the futures close of $1,226....