Oil Prices Surge as OPEC Weighs Rising Demand in Rich Countries

U.S. crude oil prices rose above $75 a barrel for the first time since 2018, as OPEC and a Russia-led group of producers met to weigh surging demand from the industrialized world.

U.S. and Europeans Parley in Pittsburgh on Tech, Trade and China

The high-level meeting on Wednesday is an effort to smooth over...

Consumer Confidence Continues Slide on Covid-19, Inflation Worries

A september survey showed a pullback in consumers’ intentions to make...

Home-Price Growth Hit Record in July

The Case-Shiller index rose 19.7% in the year that ended in...

Evergrande Bondholders Mull Next Steps in Wake of Missed Payment

Foreign investors in the Chinese property giant’s debt face the challenge...