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Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made a fiery defense against corruption charges leveled against him during five hours of testimony on Wednesday.
President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and voting member of the Fed's policy-setting committee
U.S. government debt prices were slightly lower on Wednesday after a Treasury Department sale that saw soft demand.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open, as investors prepared for a potential fallout from Trump’s decision to fire the FBI director.
But expectations of further U.S. interest rate hikes capped gains by the metal.
Jim Cramer says the VIX does not count how many hedge funds could be betting against the market.
There is low volatility now, but it will spike again — perhaps when the Fed starts to shrink its balance sheet, Liz Ann Sonders said.
If it feels like Federal Reserve members are speaking more, that's because they are.
Bitcoin jumped Tuesday to a fresh record after a Fed official talked up the potential of the blockchain technology.
The number of openings was at 5.7 million on the last business day of the month, the monthly JOLTs report said.
Financial advisor Josh Brown suggests a dozen outcomes of a new-era bear market.
Gold demand ebbed on easing political worries after France's presidential election.
Commodity prices usually rally as the Fed heads into a hiking cycle, but it might be different this time, Goldman said in a note Monday.
The Fed has now met its employment goal and is nearing its inflation goal, despite some weak recent economic data, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said.
Continued strong demand for safe assets along with sluggish growth in the U.S. workforce will hold down U.S. interest rates for the foreseeable future, Bullard said.
Investors took profit on a roughly 3 percent gain for the currency since the first round of voting two weeks ago.
China's foreign exchange reserves rose in April for a third straight month.
The French elections are the best chance the markets have to hit new highs in the near-term.
"We've delayed a little bit too long in reducing the size of the balance sheet," St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said.
"There's no panic, there's no sense that we have to clang the bells because inflation is on the horizon," Alan Blinder tells CNBC.
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