Chinese officials said growth in the second quarter was just 6.2 percent, showing the limits of Beijing’s ability to juice its economy.
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Markets now have echoes of the mid-2010s, when central banks around the world were holding interest rates so low investors had little choice but to buy stocks.
Jay Powell, the Fed chairman, strongly signaled yesterday that the Fed could cut interest rates later this month.
The Commerce Department will issue licenses for American companies that want to do business with Huawei where there is no threat to national security.
Federal prosecutors unsealed their indictment against the financier yesterday, revealing sordid details about sex-trafficking allegations.
The troubled German lender unveiled its reorganization plan yesterday, which involves cutting thousands of jobs and reducing its global ambitions.
The embattled German lender’s board is expected to vote as soon as Sunday on an extensive turnaround plan that could lead to 20,000 layoffs.
President Trump says his fight with Beijing is hurting China’s economy but generating billions for the U.S. That’s not entirely true.
The discussions were halted after Broadcom dropped its takeover price for the security software company during due diligence, said people briefed on the matter.
The British designer finds a new partner after leaving her former French fashion group, Kering, last year.
Conservatives are showing up at largely liberal conferences to call for breaking up Facebook and Google. Liberals are going on conservative TV shows to do the same. It’s awkward.
The social network may have escaped restrictions and financial bruising with the F.T.C.’s settlement, but its pain is just beginning around the world.
He was once considered to be in line to run the private equity giant KKR and had recently started his own ambitious firm.
A deal announced Friday is an example of how carmakers are joining forces to survive a major shift in technology. But can two longtime rivals cooperate?
Economic fears are climbing — but so are the markets, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones industrial average both setting records yesterday.
Federal lawyers previously advised the commission to block the company, Area 1, from providing services to presidential candidates at a discount.
Legislators moved to create a fund to help cover claims from blazes caused by the companies’ equipment. The bill aimed to shore up investor confidence.
The use of L.L.C.s and shell corporations to hide the true source of funds has been an issue for the United States for more than a decade. A bill in Congress seeks to address it.
Jerome Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, was the latest central banker to express skepticism about Facebook’s cryptocurrency plans.
The Texas tycoon’s case on trade anticipated Donald Trump’s arguments two decades later.