The Venezuelan economy contracted by 4.5% from January to September of 2015.
According to a Gallup poll, consumers' predictions of holiday spending indicate that, despite the government shutdown, retailers could see sales growth.
Because the U.S. government has been shut down for four straight days without an end in sight, there is a growing concern that the stalemate in congress will merge into a much more complex fight in mid-October over raising the federal debt ceiling.
Chilean President Sebastián Piñera began his agenda this Monday in Washington, D.C with a lecture entitled "Competitiveness of Chile in the XXI Century: A path to development and economic growth."
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits hit a four-month high last week, suggesting the labor market recovery lost some steam in March.
US consumers earned more and spent more during the month of February as the job market strengthened. Purchases, which account for about 70 percent of economic activity, rose 0.7 percent in February from January which is the biggest gain in five months.
New reports show that US consumers were unexpectedly more confident than economists predicted in March from the prior month as American optimism toward the economy has been on the rise.
U.S. stocks were rising Tuesday after a boost in U.S. durable goods orders and home prices bolstered consumer confidence and growth in the world's largest economy.
The reality of income disparity and imbalance between the very wealthy and the 98 percent of the rest of the country has reached an all-time high. On average, CEO's at S&P 500 Index companies made 380 times more than their typical workers in 2011 while 46.2 Americans live below the poverty line. However, Senator Elizabeth Warren's proposal to combat corporate greed and wage inequality makes perfect sense.
President Obama expressed his frustration with the US Congress for not doing more to prevent the $85 billion in spending cuts, known as the sequester, from moving passed its deadline of March 1.
Fewer people are filing for unemployment this during the holiday season, dropping jobless claims to the lowest levels since 2008.
For Latino and foreign businessmen, working towards the American Dream may get a little easier, thanks to a new tool found in cyberspace.
President Obama is beginning a push to sway the public over the impending fiscal cliff.
A new report by Gallup shows that economic confidence among Americans in the second week of November.
According to payroll processor ADP, employment spiked in October, adding 158,000 jobs created by private employers to the economy.