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The Fed might still raise U.S. interest rates twice this year, New York Fed President William Dudley said on Friday.
There's one number in the latest jobs report that economist Jared Bernstein didn't like. Here's why.
The U.S. economy continued to put Americans back to work last month. But the pace of job growth slowed and the fastest hiring is coming from some of the worst-paying industries.
The CME Group FedWatch probability for June rate hike fell after the April jobs report missed estimates.
Despite the weaker-than-expected jobs report, the nation's labor market should be at full employment by November, Moody's Mark Zandi tells CNBC.
The Labor Department said that the unemployment rate remained at 5 percent in April. But does that tell the whole story?
Jim Cramer had some advice for the CEO of Fitbit following a jaw dropping fall in the stock.
Jim Cramer is hoping for the right amount of growth reflected in nonfarm payroll data on Friday.
Hiring was expected to have continued at a strong pace in April, even as the economy grows at a sluggish pace.
Here's what's weighing on Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart's mind when it comes to deciding whether to raise interest rates.
Donald Trump says he loves debt – and, after all, he is the king of debt. But federal debt is different than Donald debt, especially if rates rise.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said Thursday that two or three interest rate increases this year are "reasonable."
Britain's June referendum on its European Union membership is not enough to keep the Fed from raising rates next month, Bob Doll says.
Global headwinds that have partly prevented the U.S. central bank from raising rates again may have dissipated, Bullard said.
The Fed official said he wants to raise rates — but that it seems the necessary conditions keep slipping away, The New York Times reports.
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari on Wednesday said he expects the U.S. economy to grow at a moderate rate.
The presumptive GOP presidential candidate says the national debt would be troublesome if the cost of borrowing increases.
Markets are already fixated on Friday's jobs report amid concerns economic growth is just not strong enough.
In his latest investment outlook report, Gross said the Fed and the Treasury should engage in another round of quantitative easing.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best if the U.S. dollar falls further after the Wednesday release of the FOMC minutes.
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