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"You can't sit on your hands," James Gorman tells CNBC from Davos.
The bond market is worried that if Donald Trump succeeds in stimulating the economy, it could mean he will clash with the Fed.
China and the United States can resolve any trade disputes through talks, the government said on Thursday, as a Chinese newspaper warned U.S. business could be targets for retaliation in any trade war ushered in by President-elect Donald Trump.
The bank chief tells CNBC that the economy could grow up to 4 percent this year with the right policies from Donald Trump.
Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan on Wednesday said that any new fiscal policies must take into account rising public debt.
The billionaire investor said that as Commerce secretary, he would be open to trade on conditions that are favorable to U.S. interests.
Populist policies promised by Trump may boost the American economy in the short run, but they pose a danger down the road, says Summers.
The best way to get wage increases is competition, not government intervention, says Abigail R. Hall-Blanco.
Doubts deepened over the weekend as Trump declared he would replace Obamacare with "insurance for everybody."
U.S. consumer prices rose in December as households paid more for gasoline and rental accommodation.
Refinance volume rose 7 percent for the week, spurred by HUD saying the FHA would lower its insurance premium by 25 basis points.
U.S. industrial production rebounded in December due to the biggest jump in utilities since 1989 as temperatures cooled across the country.
Presidents can certainly influence the economy, but they can't control it, New York Times correspondent Neil Irwin reports.
Lew defends the Obama administration's economic record, insisting that the past eight years have seen real gains for American workers.
A leading proponent of low interest rate policy at the Federal Reserve said the U.S. central bank might hike interest rates more aggressively.
Donald Trump says he will preserve the program, yet the trust funds supporting it will be depleted by 2034, making any solution difficult.
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