In the market's mind, the Fed has pushed the balance agenda forward so that it can delay rate increases, Scott Minerd said. » Read More
By: Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate.com
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By: Michelle Fox
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The Federal Reserve laid the groundwork Wednesday to begin winding down shortly the massive stimulus program.
After the financial crisis of 2008, the Federal Reserve went on a massive bond-buying spree. Now it's time to start selling.
Third Point is still bullish on global growth, but Trump administration's promise of increased fiscal spending and tax reform has yet to play out.
Jeremy Siegel also says he's pleased with comments Trump made about Yellen to The Wall Street Journal.
Consider the Fed the Starship Enterprise: It went where no central bank had gone before, and now must plot the journey home.
The dollar index fell on Wednesday after the release of the Federal Reserve's policy statement following its July meeting.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday afternoon as investors geared up for a rate decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve and continued to digest earnings reports.
Jason Ware said Tuesday on "Power Lunch" he recommends clients "stay the course" to avoid the summer swoon.
Cohn and Yellen are both candidates to be the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve, president says.
Fed watchers are hanging on how the Fed characterizes one word in its statement Wednesday—and that is inflation.
Trump will travel to Ohio on Tuesday to talk about middle-class factory jobs, N.Y. Times reports.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning despite pressure coming from a sharp premarket decline in Google-parent Alphabet.
Respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey have marked down their expectations for Federal Reserve rate increases and for fiscal policy stimulus.
European bourses closed higher during Tuesday as investors monitored earnings and awaited the start of a two-day policy meeting of the Fed.
Jim Cramer unveiled one conference call that could mean bullish days ahead for the price of oil.
Jim Cramer goes over the stocks and events on his radar this week as the market holds its breath amid a tidal wave of earnings reports.
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