U.S., China Reach Tentative 'Phase One' Trade Pact
President Trump announced a "phase one deal" with China that includes intellectual property, financial services and purchases of farm goods.
Stocks Rally as U.S.-China Trade Talks Progress
U.S. stocks surged as investors cheered progress on trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, helping the S&P 500 break a three-week losing streak.
Fed's Rosengren Says He Still Doesn't See Case to Lower Rates
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren has opposed the central bank's two rate cuts this year and appears poised to oppose another, should his colleagues take that action.
Appeals Panel Questions Proposal to Limit Exchange Trading Fees
Judges for a federal appeals court debated Friday whether federal regulators justified a pilot program that would limit the trading fees stock exchanges charge.
Fed's International Finance Director to Retire
The Federal Reserve Board said the head of its international division plans to step down early next year in preparation for retirement.
EU Warns of 5G Risks Amid Scrutiny of Huawei
The European Union has identified specific security threats posed by foreign vendors of telecommunications equipment, significantly heightening the bloc's scrutiny of suppliers like Huawei Technologies.
Brexit Bounce: U.K. Assets Surge on Divorce-Deal Optimism
Signs of optimism that the U.K. could reach a divorce deal with the European Union drove the pound and U.K bank stocks sharply higher.
Oil Prices Climb After Iranian Tanker Damaged in Possible Strike
Oil prices climbed after an Iranian tanker near the Saudi Arabian coast suffered damage in what the ship's owner suggested may have been a missile attack.
Fed Will Purchase Treasury Bills at Least Into Second Quarter of 2020
The Federal Reserve said it would begin buying Treasury bills on Tuesday to boost its balance sheet and avoid a recurrence of the unexpected strains experienced in money markets last month.
U.S. Import Prices Rose 0.2% in September
Prices for foreign-made goods imported to the U.S. rose 0.2% in September from August, the Labor Department said. Economists surveyed had expected prices to remain flat.