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U.S. inflation should rebound in 2016 as pressures related to the strong dollar and low energy prices fade, said Fed's Fischer.
The San Francisco Fed president told USA Today there's a "very strong case" for the Fed to raise rates if the economy continues to improve.
Despite a sharp rise in mortgage interest rates, mortgage application volume was not affected as much as expected.
Wall Street looked set for a higher open on Wednesday, with trade seen quiet due to Veterans Day in the U.S. and Armistice Day in most of Europe.
In tweets posted in the past two years, Neel Kashkari made statements critical of the Fed. He will start leading the Minneapolis branch in 2016.
Higher taxes will help fill a multibillion-dollar hole in Chicago's public pension funds, but it won’t fill the gap, according to a report.
Tens of thousands of fast-food workers are participating in a unified attempt to raise the minimum wage, says USA Today.
Moody's, the influential ratings agency, added its voice to a clamor of gloomy economic forecasts about the next couple of years.
Confidence was unchanged, with hiring stagnant even as more owners expected higher sales and more planned to make capital outlays.
Prices fell more than expected in October, a sign that a strong dollar and soft demand continued to exert downward pressure on imported inflation.
With the U.S. closing in on full employment and inflation set to rise, the "next step" should be gradual rate hikes, John Williams said.
A CNBC All-America Economic Survey finds that while unique in some ways, millennials in certain areas are more similar to the rest of the population.
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker cited a tightening labor market as one of his reasons for dissenting.
U.S. consumer sentiment inched up in October, but missed expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
A key reading on manufacturing sector in the Midwest on Friday showed activity hotter than expected in October.
Spending and income barely rose in September, suggesting some cooling in domestic demand after recent hefty increases.
Economic growth braked sharply in the third quarter, but solid domestic demand could encourage the Fed to raise interest rates in December.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes dropped 2.3 percent in September from August and were just 3 percent higher than one year ago
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits rose marginally.
The 41 survey respondents gave Janet Yellen a C-plus overall grade — a full letter markdown from the last time she was graded, six months ago.