Are the United States and Europe turning away from the policies of openness that have historically driven their economic success?
More young Americans are living with their parents than with partners.
US politicians blame trade as the enemy of the middle class, but it's not the major source of pressure on jobs and wages, writes Stephen S Roach.
A US appeals court has opened the door for more claims against the big banks for rigging benchmark interest rates, by overturning a three-year-old ruling which threw out a host of private...
These are the human rights ranked most important by 7 European countries and the US.
Donald Trump would have “no problem” negotiating with Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader, if he wins the White House, according to comments by the Republican presidential candidate that...
The relationship between the U.S. unemployment rate and the job openings rate can reveal plenty about the economy.
The authors compare retirement wealth in the US and England.
Nick Buffie, from the Center for Economic and Policy Research, explores some patterns in the US jobs market.
Research assesses the link between oil prices and economic activity in the US.
Alexander Friedman looks at the US Federal Reserve's mandate and the potential risks it poses.
Pew Research Center estimates that millennials have overtaken baby boomers to become America's largest living generation.
Nick Bunker explores the factors that could be holding back US wage growth.
A new book, based upon reams of historic, unpublished documents, highlight the extent of George Washington's entrepreneurial focus.
The energy groups Halliburton and Baker Hughes have abandoned their planned $28bn tie-up after antitrust authorities moved to block it, the latest megadeal to collapse this year as a resu...