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By Reuters | May 24, 2016
By Garrett Baldwin | November 19, 2015
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | November 2, 2015
A rise in new orders offered hope for a sector buffeted by a strong dollar and relentless spending cuts by energy companies.
By Susan Cornwell, Reuters, David Lawder, Reuters | October 30, 2015
President Obama on Friday won congressional passage of legislation that lifted the threat of a default on government debt through the end of his presidency.
By Matt Weller | October 27, 2015
Apparently, the term “brinkmanship” came widely into use during the Cold War, when both sides sought to push their opponent to the brink of outright war in order to convince them to back down.
By Roberta Rampton and Richard Cowan, Reuters | October 27, 2015
By Jason Lange, Reuters | October 22, 2015
Washington on Thursday to postpone a regular auction of government debt, a reminder that the country once again is just weeks away from a potential default.
By Lindsay Dunsmuir and Timothy Ahmann, Reuters | October 15, 2015
The U.S. government will hit a legal debt limit and be unable to borrow more money no later than Nov. 3, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Thursday.
By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | August 13, 2015
U.S. retail sales rebounded in July as households boosted purchases of automobiles and a range of other goods, suggesting solid momentum in the economy early in the third quarter.
By Balazs Koranyi and John O'Donnell, Reuters | July 16, 2015