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The reason why the economy is so susceptible to dollar strength may be that the recovery isn't really what it's cracked up to be.
Economic performance will determine when the Fed raises U.S. interest rates from near zero, he said, adding he hopes to tighten policy this year.
The downsides of ultra-loose monetary policy have returned to focus this month, following comments from the likes of BlackRock's Laurence Fink.
Who does Guy Adami think is going to be one of the most vilified people of the 21st century?
Here's a challenge for Hillary Clinton: Return to a JFK growth agenda. But it looks like she's going the wrong way, says Larry Kudlow.
California's cotton crop is hurting, and that could become a problem for an industry the state dominates: high-end apparel manufacturing.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose more than expected in April, a survey released on Friday showed.
An indicator of U.S. economic activity increased moderately in March, just missing analyst expectations and suggesting weaker growth to come.
U.S. consumer prices rose in March, with signs of some inflation that should keep the Fed on course to start raising interest rates this year.
Commercial borrowers are using two or three percentage points more of their credit lines than they were a year ago.
The wealth gap is widening among America's colleges and universities.
The Atlanta Fed president sounded a dovish tone, saying "heightened uncertainty" about growth made waiting to hike rates more feasible.
Here are three signs the pin has been pulled on the equity-bubble grenade, says Michael Pento.
Bond prices fell as Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer told CNBC he saw a US economic rebound, reigniting fears of a looming rate hike.
Lower commodity prices and an expected interest rate hike in the U.S. present major risks to the developing world, Jim Yong Kim tells CNBC.
The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits unexpectedly rose, but the trend continued to point to a strengthening labor market.
Richmond Fed's Lacker said the current 5.5 percent unemployment rate was well within range of what would be considered the natural rate.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew also touched on a sluggish first quarter and bond market uncertainty in a CNBC interview.
Federal Reserve officials painted a mostly uninspiring picture in their latest economic assessment, calling growth overall “slight and steady.”
Former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson contends that a consumption tax can take 150 million people off the income tax roll.