Investors will be watching to see how the Fed reacts to the European Central Bank's massive stimulus plan.» Read More
The Saudis ultimately want higher oil prices, Again Capital partner John Kilduff tells CNBC after the death of King Abdullah.
Here are the fund managers Morningstar considers the best of the best.
Recent moves by the Swiss and Chinese are about one thing: credibility. Washington, on the other hand, has zero credibility, says hedge-fund manager Bill Ehrman.
But former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC that breaking up the euro zone would be a mistake.
The Supreme Court declined to take up a challenge by retailers to the Federal Reserve's controversial rules for debit card "swipe fees."
More regulation may be needed for a key part of the banking industry's profit engine, Fed's Powell said, as regulators continue to determine ways to make markets safer and more transparent.
Over the last twelve months, the dollar's exchange rate rose 13.3 percent – marking 14.4 percent and 13 percent increases against the euro and the yen.
Why one pro thinks the Fed will need to do another round of stimulus this year.
James Bullard said Friday there are several reasons why the Fed and the market are "disconnected."
The move by the Swiss on its currency is proof that something noisy happens when "meddling" by central banks ends, Jim Grant told CNBC.
Jim Paulsen, investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, told CNBC that volatility could actually help re-evaluate the market.
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank said factory activity lowered from 24.3 percent in December to 6.3 percent in January.
The economic review, which the Fed releases eight times a year, reflected hopes for better growth but noted several problem areas.
It sounds like a joke: Why is raising rates like wearing shorts in Minnesota? But for the Minneapolis Fed's Kocherlakota, the risks are dead serious.
But Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller says it's difficult to predict how oil prices will ultimately affect how Americans think about the economy.
Key inflation and wage data are defying policymakers' predictions. So why exactly would the Fed hike rates?
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said he now expects lower inflation in the first half of the year.
Long dated U.S. Treasury notes turned flat to lower on Friday, after the December U.S. nonfarm payroll report came in better than expected.
Art Cashin, UBS' director of floor operations at the NYSE, told CNBC that what happened in Paris did not shake the markets.
Continued strength in another non-farm payroll number today of 252,000 jobs has a problem which took markets a bit of time to digest.
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