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A multitude of factors conspired to generate the stock market's worst first-half since 1970, but they all emanated from one word: inflation.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell vowed Wednesday that policymakers would not allow inflation to take hold of the U.S. economy over the longer term.
The International Monetary Fund has ended talks with Sri Lanka, failing to conclude a deal for a bailout package for the near-bankrupt nation after 10 days.
Core personal consumption expenditures prices, excluding food and energy, rose 4.7% from a year ago, slightly less than expected.
The combination of a hot summer and rising energy prices can pinch Americans' budgets. Here's some ways to save money while staying cool.
Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said Wednesday that she will be advocating for a 75 basis point hike to interest rates in July if conditions stay the same.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell vowed Wednesday that policymakers would not allow inflation to take hold of the U.S. economy over the longer term.
New York Fed President John Williams said he expects the economy to avoid recession even as he sees significantly higher rates to control inflation.
RBC Capital Markets' top banking analyst Gerard Cassidy expects strong revenue growth and optimism surrounding credit will boost banks.
The new loan ban to certain companies is meant to shore up the lira, which has dramatically weakened over the past few years.
The job market is hot, but inflation is high and there are fears about an impending recession. Here's what Suze Orman says you need to do.
The move takes the central bank's policy rate to 1.25%, and Governor Ida Wolden Bache said it will likely be hiked again in August.
Stagflation refers to a combination of high inflation and high unemployment. Here's why experts are worried the economy may be susceptible to those conditions.
Singapore lacks natural resources — the country imports more than 90% of its food from more than 170 countries and regions.
U.K. inflation hit 9.1% year-on-year in May as soaring food and energy prices continue to deepen the country's cost of living crisis.