The House committee, in a bipartisan effort to address economic competition between the United States and China, expressed the need for congressional action to impose restrictions on American investments in Chinese companies, including those involved in artificial intelligence.

Global Debt Surpasses $307 Trillion in H1 2023, Says Leading Trade Organization

"U.S. Readout Omits Mention of India-Canada Tensions as Blinken Meets India's Top Diplomat

Republicans are showing a more lenient stance on federal marijuana reform, potentially paving the way for its realization.

The United States Reaches $33 Trillion in National Debt for the First Time

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed a $6 million fine on Goldman Sachs for providing inaccurate and incomplete trading information to the regulatory body.

The Biden administration bet big on industrial policies. Experts warn it may not pay off

Why the Impending Conclusion of Federal Child Care Funding Is Significant—Regardless of Having Young Children

"Recap of the Republican Debate: Haley, Scott, and Ramaswamy Clash as Trump Appeals to Auto Workers

Over 75,000 Workers Strike at Hundreds of Kaiser Permanente Health Facilities Across the U.S.

European markets closed 1.2% lower as all eyes turned toward the Federal Reserve, with Societe Generale (SocGen) leading the losses with a 12% decline.

Despite China's Manufacturing Growth, Asia-Pacific Stocks Decline

The Dollar Index Surges to a 10-Month High; Yen and Euro Struggle

European stock markets ended the day on a down note, reaching a six-month low as global economic data continued to raise concerns. Investors were closely monitoring factors such as inflation rates, interest rates, and the overall state of the global economy.

Hong Kong Takes the Lead as Asia-Pacific Markets Decline; Australia's Central Bank Holds Interest Rates Steady

European stock markets ended the day with a decline of more than 1% due to the surge in U.S. Treasury yields, which reached a 16-year high.

European markets experienced a decline in response to wavering global sentiment, with Sandoz shares witnessing a 17% decrease on their debut.

European stocks closed higher on Thursday as U.S. Treasury yields retreated. However, two notable exceptions were Alstom and Metro Bank, both of which saw significant declines.

U.S. Dollar Weakens as Treasury Yields Decline Ahead of Payrolls Data Release

Korean and Japanese Equities Tumble as U.S. 10-Year Treasury Yield Hits 16-Year High

60% of Americans are still living paycheck to paycheck as inflation hits workers’ wages

This year's list of the top 10 highest-paying college majors includes some that may not be widely recognized.

These Are the Three Biggest Retirement Plan Rollover Mistakes, According to an Expert. Here's How to Avoid Penalties.

'You only get Social Security while you’re alive,' expert says. What happens to benefits after you die?

The savings rate for Americans is on the decline, a trend that has raised concerns among top economists. Amid increased economic uncertainty, Americans, in general, are saving less.

Estimating Increased Retirement Savings Needed in the Event of Social Security Benefit Cuts

Mortgage applications are facing increasing rejections due to "insufficient income.

Biden Announces $9 Billion Student Debt Forgiveness for 125,000 Borrowers

With Social Security Trust Funds Rapidly Depleting, Should They Be Invested in Equities?

Supreme Court Tax Case Poses Significant Implications for Federal Policy, Say Experts