China’s holdings of U.S. Treasuries fell to a six-month low in July.
Turkey dropped off the U.S. government’s list of major owners of Treasury debt, following Russia move in reducing its portfolio.
CBO Cuts U.S. Growth Forecast Amid Warnings on Trade Spats
The U.S. budget deficit widened in the first four months and the gap is expected to keep widening.
U.S. Posts Biggest Monthly Budget Deficit in May Since 2009
Trump orders officials not to endorse G-7’s final statement hours after leaving the summit.
Former Trump Economic Adviser Gary Cohn Says He's `Anti-Tariffs'
China’s holdings of Treasuries rose by the most in six months, underscoring the attractiveness of U.S. assets.
The U.S. budget deficit widened to $600 billion halfway through the fiscal year.
The U.S. budget deficit will surpass $1 trillion by 2020, two years sooner than previously estimated.
U.S. Suspends Duty-Free Benefits for Rwandan Textile Imports
Trump slapped tariffs on about $50 billion of goods imported from China.
EU and other foreign trading partners are seeking exemptions to the Trump’s tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
China’s holdings of Treasuries fell to the lowest level since July as investors soured on U.S. bonds.
The U.S. recorded a $215 billion budget deficit in February, its biggest in six years, as revenue declined.
Foreign Holdings of U.S. Securities Rise to Record $18 Trillion
EU Doesn't Buy U.S. Claim That Steel Imports Undermine Security
Commerce Chief Says Trump Not Rushing to Judgment on Steel Curbs
China’s demand for American debt remains resilient.
China’s role in Venezuela, including oil-for-loan deals, is partly to blame for the shrinking economy, says U.S.
Trump Swings Into Action on Trade, Adding Edge to Nafta Talks