U.S. stocks tumbled Tuesday after weak manufacturing data in China fueled investors' worries about the world's second-largest economy.
NEW YORK, Sept 1 Some U.S. federal funds futures rose to session highs on Tuesday as a measure on U.S. manufacturing activity fell more than expected, implying traders raised their bets the Federal Reserve would raise rates even more slowly than they ...
Wall Street slumped more than 2 percent on Tuesday, pushing all three major U.S. indexes into losses for the year after weak data from China added to fears that a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy will constrain global growth.
(Repeats to add headline tag, no change to text). * China official PMI at 3-year low; Markit reading at 6-1/2 yr low. * China services sector growing, but at slower pace.
WASHINGTON—A long-awaited study by the Obama administration concludes that lifting the nation's four-decade ban on exports of U.S.