"Nope" topped the North American charts in its first weekend in theaters. Jordan Peele's UFO thriller brought in an estimated $44 million in ticket sales.
Traders will be looking at quarterly results from 12 Dow members and 170 S&P 500 companies this week, including Alphabet, Microsoft, GE and Comcast.
FOX Business takes a look at the upcoming events, including the Federal Reserve's next decision on interest rates, that are likely to move financial markets in the coming days.
Subway is offering one person $50,000 worth of sandwiches each year for life if they get a footlong tattoo of the company's Subway Series logo at a block party in Las Vegas.
The White House said that even if the GDP estimate is negative for a second straight month, it's "unlikely" that the country is in a recession.
U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna, a progressive from California, suggested that producing more goods in America rather than importing them from overseas will help lower inflation.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said Sunday on CBS News’ "Face the Nation" that U.S. inflation has "probably" peaked but that the economic crisis is a global one.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday that the "economy is slowing down" but it is not heading for a recession, despite many economists arguing the U.S. is already in one.
Chinese companies need to comply with a law passed in 2020 that requires companies to open their audit files or face being delisted from U.S. markets.
Social media giant Snap, developer of Snapchat, posted a second-quarter net loss of $422 million, or an adjusted loss of 2 cents per share, on revenue of over $1 billion.