Is the US labor market loose or tight? Can central banks spur the economy by stepping on the gas? Can the US economy flourish if other economies are floundering?
How do we know whether or not the Trans-Pacific Partnership reflects American interests? Research associate Andrew Morimoto has some highlights that show what select sectors really think.
New Pew results has Americans weighing in on the how high the minimum wage should be. The numbers are interesting because they get at some of the core beliefs about how a minimum wage works.
Global trade hasn't fared well in 2015. As trade ministers meet this week in Nairobi for the WTO's 10th Ministerial Conference, can they get the global trade agenda back on track?
The Keystone XL drama may be over, but the next oil fight is just around the corner. Here's what you need to know about it.
The TPP text has finally been released. But at 1,121 pages, plus market access schedules, plus 58 side letters, how does one digest it?
The third Republican debate held in Boulder, Colorado, was meant to cover the economy. That should have been natural terrain for the CNBC moderators, but were they missing the tough questions?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal was reached today. So, is it time to break out the champagne?
If trade ministers finalize a the Trans-Pacific Partnership this week, will it be able to pass a post-Boehner Congress?
Stock markets dropped sharply earlier this week. Why did it happen?
Just how and when the US Federal Reserve will extricate itself from its extreme monetary policy remains an open question.
Why not embrace the one-sentence free trade agreement? Consider three examples of the complications that have arisen over the years.
At the end of July, negotiators for the 12 Trans-Pacific Partnership countries failed to conclude a trade agreement. Was the failure just a flesh wound, or was it something more serious?
As the Greek suffering mounts and they careen towards Sunday’s referendum, Senior Fellow Phil Levy has two additional questions surrounding the Greek crisis.
It is traditional, in intricate ongoing dramatic sagas, to begin a new episode with a recap. If you are just tuning in to trade policy prospects in the US Congress, Senior Fellow Phil Levy breaks it down in his latest post on the World of Cents