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European stocks were lower Thursday, as heightened expectations of faster interest rate hikes in the U.S. hampered risk appetite globally.
Inflation running slightly below target shouldn't deter the Fed from raising interest rates, Fed Governor Randal Quarles said in a speech.
It is unclear if Trump's $1.5 billion tax overhaul can boost investment, said the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank president.
Gold was headed for its biggest weekly loss in 2018 as the dollar was boosted by minutes from the last U.S. Federal Reserve meeting.
In the Fed's latest minutes, officials saw higher growth and an uptick in inflation as the basis for gradually raising interest rates.
With all that has happened in the last few weeks, the Federal Reserve is more hawkish now than during its January meeting, David Kelly says.
Federal Reserve officials see increased growth and an uptick in inflation as justification to continue to raise interest rates gradually.
Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan cited economic growth fueled by recent tax cuts as well as a stronger global economy.
First up for the new central bank chief is how the market reacts to details from Janet Yellen's last meeting.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Patrick Harker said he still thinks just two rate hikes this year is "likely appropriate."
European equities closed higher Wednesday afternoon as investors focused on further earnings reports and data releases.
Still, Wall Street titan Jeff Saut believes the secular bull market in stocks is still alive and well.
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, but where the markets end the day may well depend on today's latest Fed meeting minutes.
Gold prices jumped on Wednesday as investors reacted to the minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.
The dollar wobbled Wednesday, after minutes from the Federal Reserve's recent policy meeting pointed to more rate hikes in months to come.
Bond yields could creep up when "there's too much supply of Treasury, too little demand," said PIMCO.
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