The Trump Organization could see large savings in payments it is making on roughly $345 million in loans, according to public filings and financial experts.
Politics and economics are colliding, and central banks are at the center.
Fed Chair Jerome H. Powell said the U.S. economy is in a “favorable place” but the trade war presented a “complex, turbulent” situation.
As experts debate whether the U.S. is headed for a recession in 2020, another key question is: Is the Trump economy any better than Obama's?
Consumers have been a source of enduring strength, but it may not last
Fears are growing of a global economic slump as nations such as Germany, Brazil, Mexico and the United Kingdom are contracting or severely slowing.
Hold on tariffs on cellphones, laptops, footwear reflects concerns about trade war’s potential effect on the U.S. economy.
Trump "didn't want to be the Grinch who stole Christmas," analysts say.
Companies have already scaled back spending on equipment and new buildings. Now there are early signs that business leaders are pulling back on hiring, too.
China accused President Trump of launching the “largest trade war in economic history.” That's not true. The 1930s (among others) were worse.