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U.S. Births Fall to Lowest Rates Since 1980s

China’s Economy Was Losing Steam Even Before Trump’s New Tariffs

Retail Sales Declined in April

Finished Tech Products Could Take Some Blows in Tariffs Fight

Alice Rivlin, Authority on Federal Budget, Former Fed Official, Dies

U.S. Import Prices Climb More Slowly Than Expected

U.S. Credit-Card Delinquency Rates Rising, Particularly Among the Young

Democrat Presses Treasury Secretary on Trump Tax Returns

Escalating Tariffs Test Investors’ Faith in U.S. Growth

Payday Lenders Drum Up Customer Support to Ease Regulations

Trump Sees China Trade Deal ‘When the Time Is Right’

Fed’s George Sees Trade, Foreign Slowdown as ‘Biggest Risk’ to Economy

The Risks in Overusing America’s Big Economic Weapon

How the U.S.-China Trade Talks Hit a Wall

April Inflation Expectations Fell, N.Y. Fed Says

Fed’s Rosengren: Ongoing Trade Squabbles Could Wound Global Economy

Trade Fight Escalates as China Hits U.S. With Higher Tariffs

Democratic President Would Face a Senate Reality Check

As U.S. Raises Tariffs, China Faces Nagging Debt Questions

Return to Near-Zero Rates Unlikely for Now, San Francisco Fed Says

Push for a $15 Minimum Wage Divides Democrats

With Trade Deal in Jeopardy, Trump Pledges Aid to Farmers

U.S. Consumers Poised to Take the Hit From Higher Tariffs on Imports From China

U.S.-China Trade Talks End Without a Deal

Third of Middle Class Can’t Cover $400 Surprise Expense

U.S. Increases Tariffs on China as Talks Resume

Nearly 70% of Economists Expect Faster Wage Growth Over Next Year

Fed’s Next Move Will Be Rate Cut, More Economists Say

Interest-Rate Policy in Right Place to Ensure Continued Expansion, Says New York Fed President