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"Anyone who hasn't figured out how to trade interest rates right now shouldn't be trading for a living," one pro told CNBC.
With the tech-heavy Nasdaq closing in on 5,000, some investors are wondering if it's time to get into technology, or pull out.
Policymakers voted in unison last month not to raise interest rates, but the discussions hand-wringing over the course ahead.
Here's an idea of how the Fed could test the water on raising rates without making a market-rattling move, says Ron Insana.
Mohamed El-Erian also tells CNBC a Greek exit from the euro would cause "short-term chaos," but it would not bring the global economy to its knees.
The President of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank said Thursday why the Fed should slowly raise rates.
The former director of the National Economic Council said Thursday why the Fed should hold off on raising rates.
US business inventories rose less than expected in December, supporting views that fourth-quarter growth was slower than initially thought.
Jim Cramer thinks the market is blowing Eurozone fears out of the proportion. Is it really be a big deal? Here's how to benefit.
If Greece and the euro zone keep running from deadline to deadline, it could weaken stocks, Art Cashin told CNBC.
The Fed should change rules to address conflicts of interest in the power centers of New York and Washington, an outspoken Fed official said.
Fed officials are debating a shift in its core economic gauges that could lead the central bank to move even slower than thought once it lifts rates.
U.S. stocks closed up about 1 percent as investors shook off early negative news out of Greece on hopes of a resolution.
Too hot? Too cold? Or has oil gone all Goldilocks on us? "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer explains the story.
Jim Cramer challenges the notion that the market should plummet over fears of the Fed raising interest rates.
Good news for the U.S. economy, in the form of a solid jobs report, decked gold on Friday, leading some analysts to write the yellow metal off for the year.
The Fed could be hamstrung in any future crisis if the US deepens its oversight of the central bank, Fed governor Jerome Powell says.
Concern over the growth rate of wages may be misplaced, and retiring baby boomers are to blame, portfolio manager Ed Keon tells CNBC.
Big U.S. banks say that a proposed Fed rule on higher capital requirements would penalize them if the dollar remains strong against the euro.
The U.S. economy has achieved sustainable growth, but wages remain a problem, the Treasury secretary told CNBC in an exclusive interview.