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Additional easing from the Federal Reserve won’t result in more bank lending, Sheila Bair, the former chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday.
After lackluster job creation in August, economists and the markets are readying for another round of Fed asset purchases, or quantitative easing. The only question now is do policy makers act in September or wait until the fiscal drag pulls down the US growth rate?
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Pimco's Bill Gross has suggested that the Federal Reserve's current zero percent interest rates are harming the economy rather than helping it.
Labor Day weekend looks to be full of event risk, and that's pointing this strategist to a trade.
The chairman of the Federal Reserve is worried about a shortage of government bonds.
Discussing the impact of Bernanke's policies on foreign exchange markets and the U.S. dollar, with Nick Bennenbroek, Wells Fargo.
Ira Jersey, Credit Suisse director of U.S. interest rate strategy, provides perspective on the Fed's near zero interest rate policy and its impact on the market.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides a preview of Ben Bernanke's speech on making a case for "non-traditional" policy measures.
The Fed has done a "masterful" job keeping global markets quiet, which means stocks and bonds are unlikely to change much in the coming months, Pimco's Bill Gross told CNBC Wednesday. .
The Fed will definitely move to ease monetary policy further, Bill Gross, Pimco’s co-founder, said on CNBC. If they do, here's what he thinks you should be buying.
The yuan’s recent decline, the first in seven years, is raising eyebrows among U.S. politicians and sparking concerns that the weakening currency could trigger another round of nasty bickering between Beijing and Washington.
In case you hadn't noticed, Treasury yields are on a tear. Here's how to trade them.
While recent retail sales numbers point towards a slowdown in Chinese consumer spending, market watchers tell CNBC that's only half the story.
The euro is having a good day against the dollar, but tomorrow may be another story.
Bill Gross reiterated his now-famous critique of equities, saying that while stocks aren't dead, the 'cult' of worship surrounding them certainly is.
Japan’s yen, which hit a one-month low against the U.S. dollar on Thursday, could plunge at least 14 percent by the end of the year as investors exit Japanese government bonds, according to Ed Ponsi, Managing Director of Barchetta Capital Management.
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The yen typically strengthens in August, but 2012 is different — so far.
Asian government bonds have been seen as somewhat of a safe-haven this year, benefiting from volatile global markets. But some experts argue that the appeal of certain regional bond markets as a longer-term investment is growing, suggesting that that investors won’t rush back into the world’s bigger debt markets in a hurry when risk appetite returns.