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Shares Tweets The U.S. economy faces a key test Wednesday when the federal government releases its first estimate of economic growth for the second quarter of 2014...Commerce Department said the economy had shrunk 2.9 percent in the first three
Taipei, July 28 (CNA) The local solar energy sector took a beating Monday morning after the U.S. Department of Commerce announced over the weekend preliminary anti-dumping tariffs on Taiwan's solar energy products, dealers said.
China's Commerce Ministry castigated the United States on Monday for setting new import duties on Chinese solar products, saying Washington's actions risked damaging the industry in both countries...Commerce Department on Friday placed anti-dumping
Emboldened by a recent favorable ruling for U.S. steelmakers in a steel pipe trade case, Nucor Corp said on Thursday it was confident the industry was poised for more success in future cases as it works to stem "a tsunami of imported steel." Nucor
Normally, it involves glue, markers, candy or a combination of the three...Something similar could be said of the state of the stock market right now. The Standard & Poor's 500 hasn't suffered a 10 percent correction in more than 1,000 days, defying
The success of General Electric Co's impending initial public offering for its private-label credit card unit could ride on investors' willingness to bet that a lukewarm consumer-led U.S. economic recovery heats up. GE began its investor road show on
Monday at a conference that included excited discussion of the government's two recent rulings relaxing the decades-old ban on exporting U.S. oil. John Auers, executive vice president of the engineering firm Turner, Mason & Co., said rulings by the U.
China will loom large in a final decision expected Friday from the U.S. Commerce Department on whether to impose tariffs on South Korean steel pipe and tube. U.S. steelmakers said the South Korean products, used in the oil-and-gas industry, are made
Story Reuters Markets Omer Esiner, Chief Market Analyst, Commonwealth Foreign Exchange joins BNN for a look at whether the loonie can climb above 94 cents US. BNN Video currency Recent quarters have seen companies easily beating low-ball earnings
ET Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen has said she'd like to see the U.S. unemployment rate move a little lower. (Cliff Owen/Associated Press) A suite of positive economic news this week makes it more likely that the U.S. will raise interest rates