The recent military standoff between China and India over territory has exacerbated resentment in India at the growth of Chinese imports, but experts said that India is too dependent on those imports to block trade in retaliation.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said he wants to work on housing finance reform in the second half of 2017, but experts say this issue is unlikely to get congressional traction this year.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said he wants to work on housing finance reform in the second half of 2017, but experts say this issue is unlikely to get congressional traction this year.read more
Business reporter Hannah Levitt discusses the top business news this week: the Volatility Index (VIX), Snap, Inc. earnings, an interesting memo from a (now former) Google employee, and Disney’s new streaming services.
The Federal Communications Commission has committed hundreds of millions of dollars to fund broadband companies to provide better connectivity, including broadband and 4G LTE, to areas that are unserved.read more
Potential job seekers line up in droves for on-the-spot interviews and offers at Amazon.read more
A group of experts said Thursdays that Trump administration should use more server economic sanctions along with smart diplomacy to curb North Korean nuclear and missile programs.read more
A Federal Reserve task force Friday called on the U.S. financial system to make faster payment solutions available to every consumer and business by 2020.
The ambassadors of Canada iand Mexico aon Thursday urged that NAFTA renegotiations tfocus on creating more and better jobs rather than simple trade deficit reduction
Proposals to tax money transfers from the U.S. to citizens in other countries won’t stop the terrorist funding sent through informal channels like hawalas, experts say.
Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas wants to overturn a rule that allows consumers to band together to sue financial institutions.
U.S. and China have different goals for Wednesday’s trade talks as President Trump wants to reduce bilateral trade deficits while his Chinese counterpart prefers to set a long-term agenda.
The future of financial currency? Visa is betting on cashless payments.
The lack of a clear U.S. trade policy is forcing American manufacturers to slow growth plans, especially because of the uncertainty over how nations may respond to President Donald Trump’s protectionist rhetoric, business leaders said Thursday during panel presentations at the Brookings Institution.
Specialty crop farmers facing labor shortages and rising costs testified to the importance of USDA programs.
WASHINGTON - A trade agreement reached between Japan and the European Union has many U.S. meat producers concerned about future exports. The agreement, reached last week, calls for Europe to lower tariffs on Japanese automobiles in return for Japan lowering tariffs on...