Tim Mullaney was national economics correspondent for USA Today from 2011 to 2014, and writes about economics, health care and technology. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @timmullaney.
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Weak 2Q GDP Means No Fed Rate Hike but Election Uncertainty
Weak growth means no Fed rate hike in December, but which presidential candidate will be helped in November?
Fed Drops Few Clues on Future Hikes After Leaving Rates Unchanged
The Fed is moving cautiously because weak May jobs growth caught the central bank by surprise, and Britain's decision to leave the EU only added to the upheaval.
Fed Won't Raise Rates This Week -- Is Trump to Blame?
As recession and Brexit risks fade, only 'political risk' is left -- you know what that means. Here are some of the big-name companies affected, from GE to Marriott.
Investors See Trump as Threat to Market, but Morgan Stanley Not So Sure
Institutions think Trump is a risk, but analysts doubt his plans will become law.
Retail Sales Clobber Expectations for June
Slower car buying holds down the retail sales number, but online retail and the home improvement sector were stars.