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Chicago Fed. President Evans said Monday that inflation looks "well on its way" to reaching economic objectives.
Bill Gross also gets a "Founders Room" named after him, Pimco says.
The Trump rally appears to be fading rapidly but former Washington insider Stephen Myrow says there are several reasons why it's not over yet.
As policymakers battle over President Trump's economic initiatives, they won't have to worry about the U.S. becoming a deadbeat — yet.
A poll of economists says growth is expected to accelerate but remain modest, even if Trump's tax cuts and infrastructure spending are implemented.
South African President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Gordhan to return immediately from an investor roadshow to Britain and the U.S.
The law limiting LGBT protections will cost the state more than $3.76 billion in lost business over a dozen years, according to the Associated Press.
The Bank of England (BOE) will test the risks associated with sterling dropping by a further 32 percent from today's level to languish at a low of 85 cents by year-end.
The idea of a universal basic income is nothing new, but now more people are beginning to consider its feasibility in the U.S.
Accounting firm PwC says nearly a third of British jobs might be threatened by robots.
Trump bears responsibility for the way he handled this opening negotiation with a Congress controlled by his party.
The president praised a 2015 plan by cable company Charter Communications to hire 20,000 American call center workers.
As March turns to April, initial readings loom of how the economy has done so far in a broad sense. Much is at stake.
New York Fed President William Dudley spoke to students during a fireside chat at York College Friday morning.
Bullard said he'd be "okay" with a second hike this year, but reiterated that the Fed would not need much more to keep inflation in check.
The Fed should also begin allowing its massive portfolio to run off, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said on Friday.
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