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The words “middle class” and “economic growth” were mentioned by the GOP debaters only four or five times, explains Larry Kudlow.
The Federal Reserve has sent a message to investors: it is more concerned about global growth than it had let on.
The Fed needs to keep rates low both for government debt and the corporations that now have $12.5 trillion in debt.
We must show young women from a young age that STEM careers aren't just for boys, says "Big Bang Theory" actress Mayim Bialik.
Now that the Federal Reserve has made its decision—for better or worse—it's time to turn to what really matters.
Trump's outsized ego may be funny from a distance but working with a narcissist or bully is no laughing matter. Here's how to deal with it.
Here's why the Fed couldn't raise rates this time around, says Michael Farr.
Fed didn't move, but did surprise.
The Fed's initial statement was pretty dovish but as Yellen spoke, it seemed clear the Fed was more worried about inflation than the economy.
Three mayors explain how they're working with eligible immigrants for a path to citizenship — and a boost to the economy.
Many traders sold at the close Wednesday or will lighten up on the Federal Reserve's interest rate announcement, regardless of the decision.
Here are 3 reasons why the second GOP debate may have been the beginning of the end of Trump, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
How bad is the US infrastructure system? Well, it ranks behind Germany, Japan and even this tiny country, says Doug Oberhelman.
Donald Trump's popularity reveals that there is a new American Revolution going on, says Carol Roth.
Here's how a Fed rate increase would impact the housing market—and which markets would be hit hardest, says Realtor.com Economist Jonathan Smoke.
There's one very good reason the Federal Reserve won't vote to raise interest rates: History.
Presidential candidates draft experts to help them learn about complex issues. CEOs can do the same, says Alexander Saint-Amand.
Trader Jack Bouroudjian says it's time for the Fed to launch rates—but he makes the case for a "one and done" approach.
Tuesday's rally could likely be attributed to traders front-running a well-known Wall Street phenomenon: the "Pre-FOMC Announcement Drift.”
The bull market will stumble, bond yields will climb and the economy will slip into a recession. This we know.