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The Fed is expected to raise rates at its June policy-setting meeting, and will release fresh economic projections at that time.
Equities traded higher Thursday after having their worst day of the year Wednesday, but they are going to stay range-bound, Keith Bliss said.
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Trump's picks for the Federal Reserve could be his most important appointments to date, David Beckworth writes in the National Review.
UBS economists are now penciling in a rate hike by the Fed in June, followed by one in September, the firm said in a note Wednesday.
Here's what will shake the markets even more than Trump's mounting troubles, says Michael Pento.
Mnuchin is expected to say that the Trump administration wants to reduce regulations on community banks.
Jim Cramer broke down the market’s moves and which stocks could benefit after the market’s selloff.
Jim Cramer reminds investors of his three rules for protecting their portfolios on down days.
Kashkari is a voting member this year on the U.S. central bank's policy committee, and in March was the lone dissenter.
A bigger fed balance sheet may mean better long-term interest rates, but if it's wrong it could mean higher inflation and higher rates.
The Canadian dollar hit its highest level in two weeks and the Australian dollar was at a 10-day high.
The U.S. economy is now "normal" and its labor market is roughly "at full health," a Federal Reserve policymaker said on Friday.
April's weaker-than-expected retail sales and core CPI dampened the most optimistic expectations for a rebound but won't deter the Fed.
The Fed could start to wind down its balance sheet to get back to a normal size in three to four years, Chicago Fed President Evans said on Friday.
The German economy grew by 0.6 percent in the first quarter of 2017, driven by higher investment in construction, machinery and equipment, robust household and state spending as well as strong exports, the Federal Statistics Office said on Friday.
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