European markets were mixed during lunchtime trade on Thursday as investors eyed a further raft of corporate earnings reports. » Read More
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The next interest rate increase could be closer than it appears. » Read More
The dollar index erased earlier gains after Fed meeting minutes showed the next interest rate increase could be soon. » Read More
The dollar will be stronger due to strength in the U.S. economy and the Fed leaning toward contractionary policy, Gartman says.
U.S. government debt prices edge higher on Wednesday as investors focused on economic data and the latest minutes from the Federal Reserve.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday as traders focused on a host of earnings reports.
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said she is "comfortable" with higher interest rates in the U.S.
One Trump critic believes the Fed could be partly to blame for his election.
The math doesn't add up for a GDP growth rate of 3.5 percent, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says.
Fed officials want investors to believe that every meeting is live, with the possibility always there that the central bank will hike.
Wall Street may look no further than its own paychecks for an explanation why the Fed is not likely to raise rates in March.
The U.S. economy is back to normal, the labor market is healthy again and inflation is headed higher, a Fed official said on Tuesday.
Neel Kashkari is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and a voting member of the Fed's policy-setting committee.
The dollar rose broadly on Tuesday after two Fed policymakers pointed to the potential for US interest rates to rise next month.
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said she would be comfortable raising rates at this point if the economy maintained its current pace of performance.
Not only has Trump rejected economic data, he has also repeatedly misstated it.
Instead of a director who can be fired, industry groups have called for a bipartisan five-member commission to lead the CFPB.
Financial advisor Michael Farr preaches caution, citing uncertainty about Washington and slow economic growth.
Gold crept higher as investors opted for the safe haven qualities of bullion due to uncertainty about U.S. and European politics.
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