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Goldman Sachs is facing questions about whether it will be able to maintain its place atop the financial industry in a new era of regulations, the New York Times reports.
Gold extended gains as growing concerns over the global economy prompted safe-haven bids, while the return of China also lifted prices.
With low inflation, the Federal Reserve should keep interest rates near zero through at least the end of next year, a top U.S. central banker said.
As stocks tumbled in early trading Tuesday, veteran trader Art Cashin identified a few indicators of where stocks could be headed.
It's not just about financial stability, says UBS investment chief Simon Smiles. Here's what the IMF should really focus on at its meeting this week.
The Justice Department is preparing a fresh round of attacks on the world's biggest banks, the New York Times reports.
Even though interest rates in Europe are widely expected to stay in negative territory for a while, some analysts are still finding yield plays.
Art Cashin of UBS says fears of a black swan event, European growth worries and technical weakness are weighing on stocks.
Guess what? While you were waiting for the Fed to hike rates, monetary policy was already getting tighter, says Ron Insana. Here's why.
Companies that have loaded up on debt have been the market darlings for the past two years, but it's a trade that is getting old.
If you think you've missed the chance to catch the U.S. dollar's surge, most strategists say there's still an opportunity to jump in.
Friday's jobs report is unlikely to change the Fed's zero-rate policy but it may be bad news for Democrats, a panel of economic analysts told CNBC on Friday.
Stronger job growth in September should allay concerns about economic growth and reinforces the view that the Fed is on track to begin raising interest rates next year.
Friday's Good, Bad and Ugly focuses on the strong jobs report and the issue it raises for the Fed as policymakers ponder when to start raising interest rates.
The jobs report had some healthy numbers, but is it enough to convince the Federal Reserve to hike rates sooner rather than later?
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNBC he's concerned about how longer-term rates would react to short-term tightening.
The Fed's third round of bond buying had a better-than-expected impact on the jobs market, the Fed official said, urging the central bank to move faster on hiking rates.
Bernanke—who was once accused of presiding over a "Mortgage-Refi Nation"—explained that lenders "may have gone a little bit too far."
European shares closed sharply lower on Thursday, after a press conference by ECB President Mario Draghi left investors wanting more.
The Federal Reserve may go from moving the goal posts to removing them altogether when it comes to setting interest rate expectations.
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