Lagarde Warns Impatient Markets That U.S.-China Deal Isn't Easy
Curve Inversion May Lead U.S. Banks to Tighten Lending Standards
Specifically, the department expects to issue $425 billion in net marketable debt from October through December.
China’s ownership of U.S. bonds, bills and notes was $1.165 trillion, down from $1.171 trillion in July.
The budget gap for the 12 months through September was 17 percent wider than the same 12-month period a year earlier.
The government shelled out $523 billion on interest in fiscal year 2018, the highest on record.
Key Democrats Question Scope of FBI Probe Into Brett Kavanaugh
Commission ruling nixes duties that inflated newsprint prices.
Korea won’t be able to ratify ‘Korus’ if the U.S. slaps new tariffs on Korean car imports on national security grounds.
Now is the right time to pressure China on its trade policies, says Trump aide.
China remained the largest foreign owner of Treasuries in April even with a slight drop in holdings.
China's Holdings of U.S. Treasuries Fell $5.8 Billion in April
Ross Says U.S. Eyeing Alternatives to Sanctions on China's ZTE
Unemployment among black people and Hispanics hit record lows amid a widespread tightening of the labor market
Treasury's $488 Billion in Borrowing Sets a First-Quarter Record
President Trump yet to decide whether to extend allied nations relief from U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs.
CBO Warns Lawmakers Interest Spending to Outpace Military by '23
Trump Says U.S. to Stop China From `Taking Advantage' on Trade
The Deadly Cycle of Opioids and Unemployment: Eco Research Wrap
ECB Pleased Investor Views on Stimulus Exit Align With Their Own
Trump Cites U.S. Military Support to Put Trade Pressure on Seoul