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The yen rose against major currencies as concerns about the upcoming French elections kindled safe-haven demand for the Japanese currency.
The rise of "economic populism" has come from years of low growth that have "seriously impaired" the global economy, Alan Greenspan says.
Household debt in the U.S. totals a staggering $12.58 trillion, a level not seen since 2008, according to the New York Federal Reserve.
Inflation statistics and Janet Yellen's congressional testimony set the stage for a March hike, Boockvar tells CNBC.
The Fed expected the improvement in U.S. inflation and employment and it is headed on the right path in removing stimulus, Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer said.
Gold rose on Thursday as the dollar weakened after a 10-day winning streak.
The dollar headed for a second day of losses on Thursday, falling against the euro, yen and the basket of currencies.
U.S. stock index futures traded lower on Thursday as traders digested economic data.
Global stocks have pushed to new highs, outdoing previous records set in 2015, driven by strong economic data in the U.S. and comments by the Federal Reserve on the future path of interest rates.
The Federal Reserve aims to raise interest rates if the economy continues to grow a bit above its trend, William Dudley said.
Asia markets traded mixed on Thursday despite U.S. gains. Toshiba shares extended their tumble amid concerns over its restructuring plans.
Jim Cramer knows what it looks like when stocks are drinking the Kool-Aid, and this ain't it.
Tying currency to gold would make Trump's promise of ending currency manipulation a lot more doable, former Trump advisor Judy Shelton told CNBC Wednesday.
Harker said his view that the economy is ready for three rate hikes this year does not depend on any fiscal policy changes under President Trump.
Market expectations "will not stop" a rate hike, Rosengren told a luncheon of economists and investors.
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