A stunning acceleration in second quarter growth and a jump in inflation triggered a new round of speculation that the Fed will have to speed up plans to hike rates.» Read More
Unemployment will have to drop a good deal before the Fed begins to raise rates, if the central bank follows recommendations from its own economists.
Activity in the service-sector picked up in October and firms took on workers despite the government shutdown, but new order growth slowed for a second month.
In this edition of “What’s Cookin’ with Kenny,” Kenny makes champagne chicken—and wonders if the Fed is dressing up its recipe for the economy.
Axial Capital, the once-$1.8 billion hedge fund firm seeded by Tiger Management, is shutting down after losses fueled by short bets.
Prices for U.S. Treasurys extended losses on Tuesday, after the U.S. service sector expanded more than expected in October.
Creating an export-driven natural gas renaissance in the United States requires building infrastructure—and a lot of it.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren told CNBC he'd like to see more improvement in the economy before considering whether to start tapering.
More than one quarter of Americans perceive China as the dominant economic power, according to a survey, a reflection of the changing global order.
Gas prices are at the lowest level of the year with the national average price at $3.25 a gallon, but some drivers are feeling even more relief.
Euro zone unemployment will remain near its record high for the next two years, the European Commission said in its latest economic forecast, amid subdued growth.
The area is in the midst of a real estate bonanza that's attracting a wave of buyers from China.
"Where I'd avoid is the consumer-related names," Simon Baker says.
The government shutdown may have ended a couple of weeks ago, but, like a bad hangover, the economic fears and financial uncertainty are lingering.
Inflation is low, so "What's the hurry" to taper the Fed's massive bond-buying program, the St. Louis Fed president said Monday.
The idea that "extreme dove" Janet Yellen would taper soon after taking the helm of the Fed is just "wishful thinking," said Peter Schiff,CEO of Euro Pacific Capital.
Factory orders sank more than estimated in September, as Washington hurtled to the brink of default.
Investors aren't worrying much about the stock market, and that worries Edward Yardeni.
Economists have long fretted quantitative easing might spur inflation, but now an economist is questioning whether it might cause deflation instead.
Even as the euro zone shows faint signs of stirring, the ECB is likely to send a dovish message that more monetary help will be on the way.
A new survey of family offices by Citi shows that the wealthy are cash heavy.