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Her comments come as some colleagues on the Fed's policymaking committee have pointed to a hike sooner rather than later.
Treasury yields rose after Fed Chair Janet Yellen said that an interest rate hike is "probably" appropriate in the near-term.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a narrowly higher open as traders eyed data and awaited comments from Yellen ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.
Next week will provide investors with clues as to how far the Fed is from its next rate hike and whether the ECB will ease monetary policy again.
Markets in Asia ended mostly higher on the week's final trading day as traders awaited direction from Fed chief Janet Yellen's comments due later.
The dollar index hit 2-month highs on Friday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen left the door open to a rate increase.
Hillary Clinton has been Wall Street's presidential candidate so far by a large margin, but she is about to face some competition.
Market fears are being scaled back globally, and it's great news for banks in the U.S. and abroad.
Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell said Friday an interest rate hike could be appropriate fairly soon.
G7 and BOJ made no progress on yen's ascent. That may force it, and other central banks, to resort to 'helicopter money,' option, says Scott Minerd.
Financial markets have a more appropriate reading now on the chances of a rate rise in June than before, the St. Louis Fed president on Thursday.
Gold slid to a three-month low on Friday, extending losses after Fed Chair Janet Yellen indicated the central bank could raise rates within months.
The dollar fell against the euro, yen, and franc after U.S. economic data showed weakness in business spending plans.
The market looks set to break out to new highs. But there are still nagging doubts that could create a summer of uncertainty.
Jim Cramer says when there is this much bearish sentiment, investors have to go for these three groups — the most loathed stocks out there.
Jim Cramer gives his take on various caller favorite stocks, including this biotech that could roar if the market heads higher.
With the financial sector on a tear, we could be at the start of a "stealth rally," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Scott Brown, Raymond James chief economist, tells CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" why even slow moves historically cause market ripples.
The U.S. dollar rose against the yen for a second straight day and hovered near its highest level in roughly 10 weeks against the euro.
The Fed is seeking robust growth and low inflation. But the opposite is happening, setting the economy up for a fall, says Michael Pento.
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