The White House has developed a preliminary list of potential nominees that includes David Malpass, Mark Green and Ray Washburne.
U.S. Says Trade Talks to Continue Even as Trade Representative Is Hit by Shutdown
China will be releasing a statement soon on the result: Chinese government spokesman.
Kim Said to Have Discussed GIP Role After He Leaves World Bank
Slowing growth in trade and rising interest rates sapped the growth momentum, especially in emerging markets.
“There’s a very good chance that we’ll get a reasonable settlement that China can live with,” the U.S. Commerce Secretary said.
Jim Yong Kim abruptly resigned as president of the World Bank on Monday more than three years before the end of his term.
Jim Yong Kim has abruptly resigned as president the World Bank more than three years ahead of schedule.
How Trump's Trade War Is Roiling Global Commerce: QuickTake
Trump’s administration argues that the long-term gain from a trade war with China justifies any short-term pain
Mnuchin risks becoming Trump’s target as market slide worsens.
Trump’s adds to investors’ woes who are rattled by turmoil that includes his musings about sacking Powell, government shutdown
The regulators briefed Mnuchin on their plans for monitoring markets during the government shutdown, and the state of markets.
Why This Year's Economics Nobel Winner Fears the China Trade War
Business leaders and investors worry that tariff barriers will block the global flow of goods and services.
China’s holdings of notes, bills and bonds dropped for a fifth straight month to $1.14 trillion in October.
Tech products now subject to higher tariffs include everything from printed circuit boards and vacuum cleaners.
U.S. Farmers Push for Agriculture to Be Part of EU Talks
China's Early Gestures Alone Won't Settle Trade War, Ross Says
Trump Snubs Global Order Again as U.S. Rejects IMF Funding Boost
China's Car-Tariff Gesture Stirs Hope of a More Lasting Truce