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  • CHICAGO, Jan 7- The U.S. economy is likely to continue to grow fast enough to generate continued job growth, but the outlook for inflation is "more worrisome," a top Federal Reserve official said on Wednesday. "I don't think we should be in a hurry to raise rates," said Charles Evans, president of the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank, noting inflation has been running below the...

  • CHICAGO, Jan 7- Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans said Wednesday he would be open to raising U.S. interest rates in 2015, earlier than he currently thinks would be appropriate, but only if rate hikes are shallow enough. "It is a tradeoff as to whether or not we delay for quite a long time before the first liftoff, or liftoff begins a little bit...

  • DIARY- Top Economic Events to Jan 21 Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015 | 7:01 PM ET

    LONDON- Bank of England announces interest rate decision- 1200 GMT. MINNEAPOLIS- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Narayana Kocherlakota participates in a Public Town Hall Forum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis- 0100 GMT. RICHMOND, United States- Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey Lacker discusses the economic outlook...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 7- U.S. stocks rebounded on Wednesday from five straight sessions of losses after strong private sector jobs data and as minutes from the most recent Federal Reserve meeting reassured investors the bank was in no hurry to start raising interest rates. "The U.S. continues to be the strongest region in the globe right now, and I think markets are...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 7- U.S. stocks rose 1 percent on Wednesday, rebounding from five straight down sessions, lifted by strong private sector jobs data and minutes from the most recent Federal Reserve meeting that reassured investors the bank was in no hurry to start raising interest rates.

  • Here's the key to global growth: Treasury official Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015 | 1:01 PM ET

    As the global coalition for growth expands, it's important that each new addition adds value and has a clearly defined role, says this Treasury official.

  • A five-minute fix that can help you save more Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015 | 10:50 AM ET

    Americans aren't saving enough, but experts say using a bucket strategy could help you put aside more for an emergency fund and planned purchases.

  • Euro slide not over as pressure grows on ECB-Reuters poll Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015 | 10:29 AM ET

    LONDON, Jan 7- The euro's slide is not yet over because diverging monetary policies at the European Central Bank and the United States Federal Reserve will sink the currency to levels not seen since late 2003, a Reuters poll found. Fears that cheap oil will tip the now 19- member bloc into a deflationary spiral have increased calls for the ECB to take urgent action,...

  • Blankfein: Supply may not be oil's only problem Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015 | 9:50 AM ET
    Lloyd Blankfein appears on CNBC's "Squawk Box" in the debut of its new set in Manhattan.

    The CEO and chairman of Goldman Sachs told CNBC the drop in oil prices may indicate deflationary pressures, not just an abundance of supply.

  • Landon, a partner at private investment fund Community BanCapital, was chief executive of the Bank of Hawaii from 2004 until 2010. Previously, he had worked as the bank's chief financial officer and as CFO at First American in Tennessee. Several lawmakers on Capitol Hill had urged the White House to name someone with community banking experience to one of the...

  • Mayo: Estimate JPM parts equal to $80-$85 a share  Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015 | 3:39 PM ET

    CLSA Research analyst Mike Mayo, shares his opinions on whether a split of JPMorgan would be beneficial.

  • Goldman Sachs thinks JPMorgan should break up  Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015 | 3:37 PM ET

    The drumbeat for the largest bank in the United States to break up is growing, explains CNBC's Jeff Cox.

  • Fed appoints new head of monetary affairs division Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015 | 2:47 PM ET

    WASHINGTON, Jan 6- The U.S. Federal Reserve announced on Tuesday that Thomas Laubach would take over as director of the Division of Monetary Affairs. Laubach worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City from 1997 to 2000 before joining the staff of the Fed board, where he remained until 2008..

  • Wall St. eyes Washington  Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015 | 10:30 AM ET

    With Republicans set to control both the House and Senate, CNBC's Kayla Tausche takes a close look at what this means for Wall Street.

  • Lloyds Bank seeks key ringfencing rule exemption Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015 | 2:19 AM ET

    Lloyds Banking Group is seeking an exemption to one of the key measures of the UK's new ringfencing regime.

  • The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen ended flat at 3,641.06, while the Shanghai Composite Index finished at 3,351.45 points. Among the most active stocks in Shanghai were Bank Of China, up 3.4 percent to 4.57 yuan; Agricultural Bank of China, up 1.8 percent to 3.96 yuan and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, up 0.8 percent...

  • For JPMorgan, breaking up could be hard to do Monday, 5 Jan 2015 | 2:49 PM ET
    A man walks by One Chase Plaza in lower Manhattan

    The JPMorgan Chase breakup drumbeat is starting up again on Wall Street.

  • What Morgan Stanley clients should do now Monday, 5 Jan 2015 | 2:10 PM ET
    A pedestrian walks by Morgan Stanley headquarters in New York.

    The data leak affecting up to 10 percent of Morgan Stanley wealth management clients may result in phishing hassles and fraud headaches.

  • Most crucial bank deadline  Monday, 5 Jan 2015 | 10:08 AM ET

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports which Wall Street banks are in the spotlight ahead of the Federal Reserve's stress tests.

  • The lowdown on US stress tests  Monday, 5 Jan 2015 | 5:30 AM ET

    John Blank, chief equity strategist at Zacks Investment Research, discusses how the U.S. Federal Reserve's stress tests will work.

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