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Harker said his view that the economy is ready for three rate hikes this year does not depend on any fiscal policy changes under President Trump.
Market expectations "will not stop" a rate hike, Rosengren told a luncheon of economists and investors.
Since the central bank enacted historically accommodative policies, the U.S. has grown faster than other parts of the world, she said.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen is expected to testify before the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday on monetary policy and state of the economy.
The economy is in the right place for a rate hike, but the Fed probably won't raise in March, economist Mark Zandi says.
The Bank of England said on Wednesday it plans to keep the five pound note even though it contains an "extremely small amount of" beef fat.
Richard Champion, deputy CIO at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, reacts to U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen's latest testimony.
The Fed chair rebutted President Donald Trump's claims that banks aren't lending, saying that businesses can get the money they need.
Yellen says even though the Fed expects to hike gradually and keep policy accommodative, getting rates back to normal levels is important.
Nick Gartside, international CIO of fixed income at JP Morgan, adds that he expects Fed chair Janet Yellen to raise interest rates in March "if she's brave."
U.S. President Donald Trump's pledge to cut taxes is one of the key reasons why, argues Nick Gartside of JPMorgan Asset Management.
The group Fed Up has a new target: Republicans who want to curtail the central bank's power.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies on Tuesday on "The Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress."
With signs trillions of dollars and years of time invested by central banks to ward off deflation is working, inflation is in focus Tuesday.
British consumer prices rose last month, caused by higher global oil prices and the Brexit vote-fueled fall in the value of sterling.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber talks about the strategic outlook for 2017 when it comes to the European Central Bank.
The Federal Reserve's plans for 2017 may not pan out if the president appoints three of his own members, Mark Grant says.
As attractive as it sounds to say "End the Fed!" that's just not feasible, says former Fed advisor Danielle DiMartino Booth.
Dominic Schnider of UBS Wealth Management explains why he expects the Fed to hike interest rates twice this year.
Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer cited significant uncertainty about U.S. fiscal policy, but said the Fed would be strict about its targets.
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