Atlantic City loses again as Revel shuts

Former gambling centre will lose four casinos this year

UK hits at transatlantic trade critics

Government claims deal would give boost of £10bn a year

‘Pent up wage deflation’ blues

The Fed is unlikely to shift policy while considerable slack still exists in the labour market

Shell seeks fresh Arctic drilling permits

Oil company says it wants to keeps option open

US rebound stronger than first thought

Upward growth revision to 4.2% indicates robust expansion

US second-quarter GDP revised up to 4.2%

World’s largest economy expands at faster rate

The persistent myth of deleveraging

Rate of growth after the downturn fits readily with America’s long-term trend decline

US slaps duties on Mexican sugar imports

Dispute highlights trade friction despite Nafta agreement

Grain prices slide to cut US farm incomes

Retreat starts to bite, with soaring land values levelling off

Markets rally after Draghi QE hint

S&P touches 2,000 and global indices climb

Bullard says Fed needs to alter guidance

Debate turns to how to discuss eventual interest rate rise

Job concerns dominate Jackson Hole

Uncertainty over data on labour market stymies central bankers

Yellen debuts with sense of balance

But shift in stance still raises possibility of earlier rates rise

Bankers brace for a brave new world

BofA settlement closes a chapter in history of the crisis

Yellen highlights labour market dilemma

Dramas to match scenery at Jackson Hole

Fed to give clearer signal on rates rise

Japan’s warning to eurozone bond markets

Structural reform, not QE, is needed to lift European growth

US Fed’s Fischer warns of poor growth

The Long View: Investors wake up to war risk

Europe not well placed to withstand shocks, says James Mackintosh