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A leading proponent of low interest rate policy at the Federal Reserve said the U.S. central bank might hike interest rates more aggressively.
Presidents can certainly influence the economy, but they can't control it, New York Times correspondent Neil Irwin reports.
Lew defends the Obama administration's economic record, insisting that the past eight years have seen real gains for American workers.
Professional investors entered a new day for U.S. politics with high expectations tempered with caution over what could go wrong.
William Dudley is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and a voting member on the Fed's policy-setting committee.
The lack of clarity over Trump’s policies was so great that fund manager Invesco is reducing risk exposure, a senior portfolio manager said.
Believe the Trump rally is losing its footing? You may want to explore investing in gold.
The 'Trump trade' may pause as traders await the swearing in of Donald Trump as 45th U.S. president on Friday.
The unintended consequences of a congressional tax proposal may be bad news for oil prices.
U.S. businesses stockpiled more goods in warehouses and on store shelves in November as sales improved slightly.
Herbert Hoover had no government experience. And we all know how that turned out, says Dustin McKissen.
Economist expected the Index of Consumer Sentiment to hit 98.5, according to Thomson Reuters.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker did not comment on the outlook for U.S. monetary policy in a speech on economic mobility.
Americans stepped up their auto buying and holiday shopping in December, reflecting a boost in confidence after the election and a solid increase in hourly pay.
US wholesale prices rose 0.3 percent in December, led higher by more expensive gas, food and cars.
The U.S. economy is doing well and faces no serious obstacles in the short term, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.
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