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Williams reiterates recent calls from other Fed officials that suggest a less aggressive approach to rate hikes in 2019. » Read More
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John Vail of Nikko Asset Management says he expects the Bank of Japan to continue to keep interest rates negative.
President Donald Trump's move to appoint the Carnegie Mellon economist as a central banker ran into a dead end last year when the nomination died in the Senate.
Lowering interest rates in India could lead to higher expectations of inflation and an increased risk of actual inflation, meaning it would be a "policy mistake" for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), according to an economist.
The People's Bank of China on Wednesday pumped the most money ever into the banking system in one day, highlighting the stress the economy is facing.
"A pause in the normalization process" would allow the Fed to assess the economy and the impact of its actions, George said in a speech.
Shilan Shah of Capital Economics discusses monetary policy in India, and says he would not be "completely" surprised if the government attempts to influence the Reserve Bank of India's decisions ahead of the elections in 2019.
The Federal Reserve already could be at the end of its rate-hiking cycle, former Fed Chair Janet Yellen, said Monday.
The triad of China's economy, trade war and the Fed's policy is a false alarm — the main problems are America's dangerous security challenges around the world involving military confrontations with China and Russia, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
U.S. government debt yields were little changed Monday as investors monitored developments in U.S. politics and weak data out of China.
U.S. government debt yields fell on Friday as investors digested comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Powell did not specify how much smaller the Fed's portfolio of bonds would get, but the remark seemed to take momentum out of the stock market.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is "very worried" about the ballooning amount of United States debt.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Thursday that Apple's recent sales warning points to a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
A prolonged government shutdown could have a negative impact on the U.S. economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Thursday morning, as investors monitored a flurry of Treasury auctions.