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Global policymakers may finally be able to spur long-sought inflation, if they just wait.
Jason Ware said Tuesday on "Power Lunch" he recommends clients "stay the course" to avoid the summer swoon.
Cohn and Yellen are both candidates to be the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve, president says.
The dollar index just hit a new 13-month low, and that could be great news for stocks.
The Bank of England (BoE) has criticized complacent lenders after growing levels of personal debt have put the U.K. economy at risk of another economic downturn.
US government debt prices were lower on Tuesday, as investors geared up for more data while looking for any news out of the FOMC's meeting.
Bank of Japan policymakers contested how much to disclose about a possible exit from quantitative easing at the bank's June 15-16 meeting.
Some strategists say investors ought not to worry about the Fed hitting stocks at this juncture even as it is in the midst of tightening.
A mistake from the Fed might be the only thing investors really fear right now in this, the eighth year of the second-longest bull run ever.
Inflation, one of The Fed's two mandates, has consistently been an issue for the central bank to achieve.
Steven Wieting of Citi Private Bank says the initial set of earnings reports could dictate how the rest of the season will shape up.
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Monday as investors get ready to digest more economic data and news out of the auctions space.
Standard Chartered Bank FX Strategist Eddie Cheung says despite recent weakness, the U.S. dollar may get support from improving economic data.
Despite cutting the economic growth outlook for the U.S. and U.K., the IMF kept its global growth forecast unchanged.
The dollar could flounder and economy fall into recession unless Congress moves on tax cuts, says David Woo, Bank of America strategist.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera looks back at the week's top business and financial stories.
The deeply flawed Western economic system is contributing to the worst economic recovery the world has ever seen, Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, said on Friday.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Friday, as investors continued to digest decisions and comments made by the European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday.
The perception is the ECB will proceed with QE tapering, but Draghi is delaying the announcement, says Paul Donovan of UBS Wealth Management.
David Sokulsky of Crestone Wealth Management says high amounts of passive money and dip-buying in tech are reasons for low volatility in the markets.
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