Businesses are backing off on investment as the Trump administration's trade wars with China, the European Union, and other countries hang over capital markets, according to economist Dennis Hoffman.

A new report from Dennis Hoffman, the director of the L. William Seidman Research Institute, shares where the economic doubts come from and how the Valley could be affected.

Valley lawmakers, business officials, and experts, including Professor of Economics Dennis Hoffman, blasted the administration's threat to impose a tax on Mexican goods in hopes of cutting immigration.

Professor of Economics Dan Silverman shares why two people in similar situations would have different financial outcomes, his ideas on how people should think about health and their finances, and more in this podcast.

Escalating tariffs between the U.S. and China are rattling investors, impacting stock markets, and sounding warning bells that a full-blown trade war would weaken the global economy.