According to the Treasury, the government’s national debt jumped in the fiscal year ending September 30 from $20.2 trillion to $21.5 trillion, or by $1.3 trillion.

The Conference Board's report on consumer confidence in September, released earlier this week, caught forecasters by surprise once again.

The jobless claims report from the Department of Labor (DOL) for the week ending September 15 came out on Thursday, showing unemployment to be at its lowest since 1969.

In the first six months of 2018 alone, American companies have called back $465 billion of untaxed corporate earnings from abroad.

Will the third round of trade talks go any better than the first two?

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