The U.S. economy likely saw a pick-up in economic activity in the final months of 2021, with still-solid consumer spending helping outweigh early negative impacts from the Omicron variant's spread.
Stocks gained Wednesday morning to shake off some losses after a couple of volatile session on Wall Street. Investors looked to the Federal Reserve's latest statement and press conference to remove some uncertainty on the outlook for monetary policy.
The central bank, which has held short-term interest rates at near-zero since March 2020, is not anticipated to raise interest rates at the conclusion of Wednesday's meeting.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo shares an alarming assessment of the country's semiconductor industry.
Retail stock trading has slowed since the height of the meme stock phenomenon in the first quarter of last year, but activity still remains above pre-pandemic levels and is expected to continue in 2022, according to a new study from S&P Global.
The Beijing Olympics kick off next week under a cloud of controversy, with six countries including the U.S. announcing diplomatic boycotts over China’s human rights abuses.
Despite a volatile start to 2022, one bullishness sentiment gauge may be signaling the markets will still end the year with gains.
Despite supply chain headwinds that have plagued the global auto industry at an unprecedented scale, Tesla has whimsically navigated recent disruptions to post blowout delivery and production numbers as demand for electric vehicles soars.
Gregory Zuckerman, an investigative reporter at the Wall Street Journal, predicted that the world will never eradicate COVID-19 but the virus will eventually "melt into the background."
Ford chats with CEO Jim Farley about the company's electric vehicle plans and the importance of president Joe Biden's Build Back Better bill.
U.S. subsidary of crypto exchange, FTX, closes first raise at $8 billion valuation from venture capital names like Paradigm, SoftBank and Temasek.
Customer reviews on Yelp reporting higher prices on goods and services surged to a record, pointing to an elevated number of consumers that feel the strain of rising inflation in their interactions with local businesses.
Singapore’s central bank isn’t done yet, with economists predicting further tightening at its next scheduled meeting after a surprise move Tuesday to blunt rising inflation risks.
U.S. stocks staged another resurgence Tuesday but closed lower despite a momentous clawback from losses in midday trading as investors anticipate clues from the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting on how quickly the central bank may move to tighten monetary conditions.