China's commerce ministry said this month that removing tariffs imposed during the trade war is an important condition to any deal. The demand has U.S. officials wondering if higher Chinese purchases of U.S. farm goods, promises of improved access to Chin
The United States would raise tariffs on Chinese imports if no deal is reached with Beijing to end a trade war, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday, threatening an escalation of the spat that has damaged economic growth worldwide.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he was putting further cuts on hole in corporation tax and told voters he would use the money for spending on health and other priorities.
The Trump administration’s trade war is ravaging exports to China across the U.S. and well beyond the farm belt, new data from the U.S. Commerce Department shows. “In some cases, U.S. exports will never recover,” said Brad Setser, senior fellow for intern
U.S. producer prices increased by the most in six months in October, lifted by gains in the costs of goods and services, further bolstering the Federal Reserve's stance that it will probably not cut interest rates again in the near term.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday pushed back against a favorite talking point of President Donald Trump's, telling Congress that the negative interest rates sought by Trump aren't appropriate for a U.S. economy with ongoing growth
Donald Trump on Tuesday said the United States is close to signing a "phase one" trade deal with China, adding in a speech to the Economic Club of New York he will only accept a deal if it is good for his country and the U.S. workers.
New bank loans in China fell more than expected to the lowest in 22 months in October. domestic demand remains sluggish as investment and consumption weakens, while escalating U.S.-China trade tensions weigh on exports
Bolivia’s socialist President Evo Morales has stepped down after almost 14 years following pressure from the chief of the armed forces and a string of resignations in the face of weeks of unrest over a contested election.
Two Bank of England officials unexpectedly voted to lower interest rates on Thursday to ward off an economic slowdown, and others including Governor Mark Carney said they would consider a cut if global and Brexit headwinds do not ease.