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The Fed may have to get even more aggressive if its efforts to tighten aren't reflected in short-term rates, he said.
U.S. economic growth braked more sharply than initially thought in the fourth quarter, but the underlying fundamentals remained solid.
Harsh winter weather left U.S. consumers feeling a bit less confident this month, the University of Michigan said.
Consumer prices dropped in January as gas prices continued to fall, which could give a cautious Fed ammunition to keep interest rates low a bit longer.
More Americans sought unemployment aid last week, though the number of applications was still consistent with steady hiring.
Janet Yellen gives the Senate Banking Committee a decidedly dovish tone on interest rates.
Fed funds futures are now pointing to the best chance of the first rate hike being in October, as dovish comments by Yellen lowered expectations.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen testified before Congress on Tuesday after presenting her semiannual monetary policy report.
The U.S. services sector expanded in February at its fastest pace since October, with businesses reporting customers boosting orders.
San Francisco and Miami saw the fastest pace of home price appreciation, with increases of 9.3 percent and 8.4 percent, respectively.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in February at its fastest rate since November, after notching its lowest reading in a year in the prior month.
The normally chummy relationship Yellen's central bank has with Wall Street hit a bump last week.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in February, after notching its lowest reading in a year in the prior month, an industry report showed on Friday.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, offering fresh evidence that the labor market was gathering steam.
More Americans than expected filed new claims for unemployment last week, but the trend is consistent with a strengthening labor market.
US business inventories rose less than expected in December, supporting views that fourth-quarter growth was slower than initially thought.
The number of U.S. properties in foreclosure rose 5 percent in January, driven by a jump in bank repossessions, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said.
U.S. household spending barely rose in January, suggesting the economy started the first quarter on a softer note.
U.S. small business optimism fell in January, but a strengthening labor market should keep the economy on solid ground early in the year.
The U.S. economy has achieved sustainable growth, but wages remain a problem, the Treasury secretary told CNBC in an exclusive interview.