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While many investors have shunned emerging markets over their volatility, the post-Brexit world has made them suddenly much more attractive.
There was little indication that inflation would surge any time soon, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday.
The Federal Reserve is "very sensitive" to the strength of the dollar, a top Fed official said on Wednesday.
The Fed should not be in any hurry to raise rates because inflation is low and the economy is still short of full employment, a top Fed official said.
The sharp rebound in U.S. job growth last month eased concerns that the country's labor market had regressed, a top Fed official said on Wednesday.
Some Federal Reserve banks were in favor of raising the discount rate in June, but the central bank ultimately left it unchanged.
Banks’ earnings calls will likely have executives peppered with questions on their post-Brexit plans.
The St. Louis Fed president on Tuesday stuck with his view that only a single interest rate increase will be needed for the foreseeable future.
Senior U.S. Department of Justice officials overruled internal recommendations to prosecute HSBC for money-laundering violations because of concerns about the stability of the financial system, according to a congressional report.
The dollar falls while the Bank of Canada announced that it will hold interest rates.
Gold fell for a second straight day on Tuesday as global equities rallied on easing political uncertainty in Britain.
With global fixed income yields low, Asia and emerging market bonds and credit offer attractive returns, a portfolio manager at Fidelity told CNBC.
Are risk assets shaping up for a summer rally? That’s the question investors are asking themselves after Friday’s latest nonfarm payrolls report.
Financial stability should not be an explicit goal for the Fed, which should use interest rates only if more precise tools fail, an official said.
Evidence on economic growth, the labor market and consumer inflation suggests the next move toward rate adjustment is way overdue.
Asian markets were mostly higher on Tuesday, as the Nikkei surged and the yen weakened after Prime Minister Abe pledged "bold" stimulus.
Jim Cramer is concerned about Disney and says there’s reason you should be too even if you don’t own the stock.
Jim Cramer shed light on five themes that investors can fall back on the next time the market sells off.
Jim Cramer explains why a Brexit was really a blessing for the tape, and what this means for the market’s new highs
Brexit has reduced the likelihood of another Fed rate hike, and that means U.S. banks will face continued pressure, Sheila Bair says.