Economic Turmoil Separates Manufacturing’s Haves and Have Nots

U.S. manufacturers have been weathering the effects of rising interest rates, a strong dollar and a…

U.N. Calls On Fed, Other Central Banks to Halt Interest-Rate Increases

The Federal Reserve and other central banks risk pushing the global economy into recession followed by…

U.K. Government Abandons Plan to Cut Rate of Income Tax for Top Earners

LONDON—U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng on Monday ditched a plan to cut the 45%…

U.K.’s Central Banker Faces Inflation, a Financial Crisis and His Own Government

LONDON—In late August, Bank of England Gov. Andrew Bailey was at a symposium in Jackson Hole,…

Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Jobs Market and Trade in Focus

New data will provide details on the labor market’s health and the U.S. trade deficit.

OPEC+ to Weigh Production Cut to Bolster Oil Prices

OPEC+ is set to consider Wednesday its sharpest production cut since the start of the pandemic…

Inflation Keeps the U.S. From Stepping In to Slow Dollar’s Rapid Rise

WASHINGTON—U.S. policy makers aren’t likely to take action to slow the dollar’s rapid rise despite rising…

Central Banks’ Higher Rates, Bond Sales Clash With Government Needs

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Britain’s Financial Disaster Is a Warning to the World

A toxic mix of politics, inflation and higher interest rates is threatening the financial system in…

Opinion | The Bad Inflation News Continues

Anyone looking for inflation relief in the Federal Reserve’s preferred measure didn’t find it on Friday,…