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  • LONDON- Federal Reserve Bank of New York President and CEO William Dudley will attend an event "Banking Culture; An International Challenge and an Opportunity" organized by Banking Standards Board and the Lord Mayor of London- 0820 GMT. LONDON- Federal Reserve Bank of New York President and CEO William Dudley will attend an event "Worthy of Trust?

  • March 20- Wall Street drifted lower on Monday as investors worried that President Donald Trump's plan to cut taxes and boost the economy could take longer than previously expected. The S&P 500 and the Dow ended lower after FBI Director James Comey told a congressional hearing he had seen no evidence to support a claim by Trump that former President Barack Obama...

  • *Walt Disney higher as' Beauty and the Beast' tops box office. The S&P 500 fell and the Dow traded about flat after FBI Director James Comey told a congressional hearing he had seen no evidence to support a claim by Trump that former president Barack Obama had wiretapped his campaign headquarters in Trump Tower in New York. "It's just one more day delaying talking...

  • NEW YORK, March 20- U.S. Treasury prices gained on Monday as Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans reiterated the U.S. central bank's view that two more interest rate hikes this year are likely, disappointing investors who had anticipated a faster path of rate increases. "After last week, investors understood that the Feds not quite as hawkish as they...

  • NEW YORK, March 20- The U.S. dollar slumped to a six-week low on Monday on worries over a dovish Federal Reserve, while U.S. and European stock markets dipped amid concerns about G20 financial leaders' decision to drop a pledge to keep global trade free and open. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, was last slightly...

  • *Walt Disney higher as' Beauty and the Beast' tops box office. The U.S. stock market has been on a record-setting spree since the election of Donald Trump as president, but the rally has faltered in recent weeks as investors fret over the lack of clarity on his proposals to reform taxes and cut regulation. "With tax reform and infrastructure spending getting pushed to...

  • NEW YORK, March 20- U.S. and European stock markets were little changed on Monday amid investor concerns as world financial leaders at a G20 meeting dropped a pledge to keep global trade free and open, while the dollar hit a six-week low on worries over a dovish Federal Reserve. Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies made only a token reference to trade...

  • *Walt Disney higher as' Beauty and the Beast' tops box office. The U.S. stock market has been on record-setting spree since the election of Donald Trump as president, but the rally has faltered in recent weeks as investors fret over the lack of clarity on his proposals to reform taxes and cut regulation. "With tax reform and infrastructure spending getting pushed to...

  • Potential leadership shake up at the Fed could also shake up its massive $4.5T balance sheet

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen's term expires in 2018, which allows Trump to appoint someone else ot the position.

  • *Chicago Fed head to speak at 1:10 p.m. ET. *Sprouts Farmers up after report on Albertsons merger talk. Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies made only a token reference to trade in their communique on Saturday, acquiescing to an increasingly protectionist United States after the two-day meeting failed to yield a compromise.

  • Fed's Harker: We need to focus on jobs

    Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker talks about reducing the balance sheet, and fulfilling the Fed's mandate of stable prices and maximum employment.

  • Fed's Harker: Devil is in the fiscal details

    Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker talks about the Fed's fiscal policy, inflation concerns and rising rates.

  • Fed's Harker: 'Prudent' to raise rates

    I think we have time to increase over the course of the year, says Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker talking to CNBC's Steve Liesman about the Fed's decision to rate interest rates. We don't want to get behind the curve.

  • NEW YORK, March 20- U.S. Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said on Monday that the U.S. central bank is on track to raise rates twice more this year after a policy tightening last week, and could be more or less aggressive depending on fiscal policies and other effects on the economy. We have a light week for data, we have no nominal coupon supply either, so really the...

  • NEW YORK, March 20- The Federal Reserve is on track to raise interest rates twice more this year after a policy tightening last week, and it could be more or less aggressive depending on inflation and fiscal policies from the Trump administration, a Fed rate-setter said on Monday. The public comments from Chicago Fed President Charles Evans were among the first...

  • *Chicago Fed head to speak at 1:10 p.m. ET. *Sprouts Farmers up after report on Albertsons merger talk. Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies made only a token reference to trade in their communique on Saturday, acquiescing to an increasingly protectionist United States after the two-day meeting failed to yield a compromise.

  • Neel Kashkari

    Neel Kashkari, Minneapolis Fed president, talks about timing the removal of Fed accommodation, the labor market and housing.

  • Fed's Kashkari's: Labor market not fully recovered

    Neel Kashkari, Minneapolis Fed president, talks about his dovish case to leave rates at historically low levels at this time.

  • Fed's Kashkari's dovish case for rates

    Neel Kashkari, Minneapolis Fed president explains why he did not vote to raise interest rates at this time. My dissent is based on a lack of inflation, says Kashkari.

  • LONDON, March 20- World markets baulked on Monday at the G20's decision to drop a decade-old pledge to resist trade protectionism, with stocks, the dollar, oil and the price of many major sovereign bonds all sliding into the red. European stocks fell as much as 0.3 percent and U.S. futures pointed to a fall of around 0.2 percent at the open on Wall Street.