A majority on Wall Street see the first rate hike in nine years coming in September, but it's a dwindling majority, according to a CNBC Fed survey» Read More
U.S. consumer sentiment fell in early July and missed expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
U.S. housing starts rebounded strongly in June and building permits surged to a near eight-year high.
Rep. Sean Duffy accuses the Federal Reserve and Janet Yellen of willfully quashing a congressional leak probe.
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a solid labor market.
Manufacturing conditions in the region improved slightly in July, but well below economists' expectations, the Philly Fed said.
Single-family home builders are feeling better about business. A monthly sentiment index came in at the highest level in July since November, 2005.
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey said it's time to end the Federal Reserve's "subjective" moving of the goal post on interest rates.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the Fed remains on track to raise rates this year—as long as the economy evolves as expected.
U.S. factory production failed to advance for a second straight month in June, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday.
U.S. producer prices rose more than expected in June as the cost of gas rose, indicating the recent oil-driven downward spiral in prices was abating.
Dr. Doom Marc Faber says China is the biggest threat to the global economy, and he doesn't expect the U.S. market to make new highs.
An interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve should come in September, the former president and chief executive of the Dallas Fed told CNBC.
U.S. import prices unexpectedly fell in June as the lingering effects of a strong dollar offset rising costs for petroleum products.
Sales unexpectedly fell in June as households cut back on auto purchases and other goods, which could raise concerns the economy is slowing again.
The IMF trimmed down its global economic growth for 2015 from 3.5 percent to 3.3 percent on Thursday.
U.S. small business confidence fell in June to its lowest level in more than a year amid expectations of weaker profits and a softening labor market.
As the Fed minutes showed, worries about Greece could serve as another reason for the central bank to keep short-term rates at crises levels.
Fed officials struck a dovish tone in their most recent discussions, while at the same time setting the groundwork for future rate hikes.
DoubleLine's CEO still believes the Fed is unlikely to raise rates this year, given the Greece and Puerto Rico crises and China's market slump.
The U.S. labor market added 5.4 million job openings in May, little changed from the previous month, the BLS reported Tuesday.