President Trump took to Twitter Monday to again question the Federal Reserve's debate over raising interest rates. The last time a Fed chair bowed to a president over monetary policy was during the Nixon administration. A recession was the result. » Read More
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By: Yun Li
The Federal Reserve should not hike interest rates at its meeting Wednesday as recent developments in the markets and economy signal caution, Stanley Drunkenmiller said in an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal. » Read More
By: Michael Sheetz
President Donald Trump took another shot at the Federal Reserve on Monday » Read More
U.S. government debt prices were slightly higher on Monday amid ongoing concerns around a potential slowdown in economic growth.
Jim Cramer laments the state of the stock market as he looks ahead to a pivotal week during which the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell needs to recognize the economy is not strong enough for aggressive interest rate hikes next year, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
There could be a lot more pain for the stock market if Leuthold's Doug Ramsey's historical valuation comparison becomes a reality.
A combination of declining price-to-earnings ratios on the S&P 500, a rate hike pull back and progress in U.S.-China trade talks is a recipe for success, UBS' Keith Parker says.
U.S. government debt prices rose on Friday as traders digested fresh economic data out of China and looked ahead to next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
Jim Cramer says the economy is showing signs of weakness that should make the Federal Reserve think twice about raising interest rates.
The percentage of Americans viewing the economy as excellent or good dropped 8 points, according to CNBC's All-America Economic survey.
U.S. government debt prices rose on Thursday as investors awaited developments in the U.S.-Sino trade dispute.
Alan Blinder, who served at the Fed during Clinton's administration, criticizes President Trump's latest prodding against more interest rate hikes.
It's not all about the trade war. Another big market risk flying under the radar could cripple the bull market, says one strategist.
Despite a string of events that has seemed to push the central bank into a more dovish posture, a December hike now seems inevitable.
"I felt that was the kind of job where you had to be alert," said Yellen.
The volatile market provides opportunities for stock pickers to find value rather than just chasing the indexes, two money managers say.
U.S. government debt yields held steady on Wednesday after a government report showed no change to consumer prices across the month of November.
Former President George W. Bush says in a new documentary about the financial crisis that the bank deal that stemmed from Warren Buffett's call may have helped avert a depression.