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President Trump spoke to some of the largest banks’ CEOs and asked them their insights on the economy and trade. Kayla Tausche has more for us from Washington.
Steve Liesman reports on the numerous economic conundrums that investors are currently facing.
Walmart posted a solid quarter making it a bright spot in this uncertain market. Courtney Reagan breaks down the retailer’s earnings report.
Among U.S. adults, 16% say they use credit cards for totals under $10, according to a new survey data.
Walmart’s latest quarterly earnings report just revealed how the biggest retailer in the world is being even more aggressive to take on Amazon.
Macy’s reported an earnings miss due to higher costs from tariffs and deep discounts that affected its profits. Courtney Reagan has more for us.
Consumer prices rose more quickly than expected in July as gasoline reversed a two-month decline and the cost for rent continued to climb.
President Donald Trump’s decision to levy a 10% tariff on another $300 billion of imports from China will not impact Adidas shoe prices for consumers, the company’s CEO Kasper Rorsted said.
Walgreens plans to shutter 200 stores in the U.S. as the company pares back its locations in the U.K., the company said Tuesday.
Apple is rolling out its new credit card in hopes to keep its customers inside the Apple consumer environment. Deirdre Bosa has more for us.
With the recent tariffs imposed by the U.S. on China how does this affect the consumers? Joining us to discuss this topic is Brett Ryan, who’s a Senior U.S. Economist at Deutsche Bank.
The U.S. footwear industry is one of the biggest victims in an escalating trade war with China.
With the recent new tariffs set by President Trump on China, the retail sector may be the most unprotected. Courtney Reagan has more for us.
Representatives from Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft joined up in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, alongside some of the largest health insurers and hospitals, to announce plans to provide consumers with easier access to their medical information.
The biggest mall owner in the U.S. Simon Property Group on Wednesday said it’s considering more opportunities where it would invest in a retailer to help keep it afloat.