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"People aren't going to stop buying Gucci, they're just not," said Julie Wainwright, co-founder and CEO.
China owns more U.S. debt than any other country. Selling its current supply of U.S. treasury bonds to mess with the American economy would be an aggressive move that China would not undertake unless provoked further, according to one expert.
Tax cuts have had a greater impact on companies than on individuals.
Student loans are now only behind mortgages as a share of consumer debt.
David Britt helped bring jobs to Spartanburg. Now he's fighting against the president's tariffs.
Americans seem to think so, according to the Marketplace-Edison Research Poll.
Balancing the federal budget is a bigger deal for politicians than economists.
...and what data we have go fork over to get there.
Used luxury goods are a big market.
People are feeling pretty good, though a majority of respondents fear that a recession is looming.
Uber is valued at $120 billion according to proposals from Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
"Everyone understands that there's a price you pay when you use military force. Well, there's a price you pay when you use economic force as well."
We spoke to renters in Denver, Colorado, about the financial barriers to homeownership.
Canadians will be able to purchase recreational cannabis starting Oct. 17.
A haunting money story from the AIDS epidemic that all started in the pages of gay men's lifestyle magazines.