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Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren called for the Fed to step up its pace of rate increases from the once-a-year pattern it has pursued since 2015.
Gold firmed as markets reassessed the outlook for the U.S. economy after Donald Trump is inaugurated as President later this month.
The bond market has been remarkably resilient in the face of dire warnings of inflationary pressures.
Changes to retirement strategy should be made on the basis of fundamentals rather than Trumponomics, Wall Street veteran Jim Paulsen said.
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari says he's optimistic about his bank reform plan's chances under incoming president Donald Trump.
A push by Washington for more business-friendly regulation and fiscal support could improve America's policy mix, a Fed governor said.
Charles Evans had earlier told reporters he believed two hikes was not an unreasonable expectation.
Optimism will spur the market higher this year, but there may be a correction ahead, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen says.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee, who correctly foresaw big gains in 2016, says the S&P 500 could trade sideways in 2017.
From emerging markets to metals, Peter Boockvar offers his best investing ideas for 2017.
Oil prices were choppy on Friday on concerns that not all OPEC producers will cut output in line with an agreement reached in November.
Workers got their biggest raise since the recession ended, the clearest signal yet that the end of the Fed's job is getting close.
The dollar rose on Friday, boosted by a US jobs report, but was headed for a second straight weekly loss after tumbling the day before.
Gold on Friday slipped from the one-month high touched in the previous session.
Trump's promise of 25 million jobs is "difficult to digest" from a "mathematical perspective," says market analyst Naeem Aslam.
The Labor Department says unemployment is at 4.7 percent, but there's more to the story than that one number.
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