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The dollar edged higher Wednesday on optimism about U.S. tax legislation and lawmakers' efforts to avert a government shutdown.
The U.S. dollar was softer on concerns over the progress of a U.S. tax reform plan and a potential government shutdown.
The Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday approved Fed Governor Jerome Powell to take over as chair of the central bank.
Gold slipped back below $1,275 an ounce on Tuesday as the dollar rose against the euro.
The dollar hit a three-week high versus the yen after the U.S. Senate approved a major tax overhaul over the weekend.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond on Monday named former McKinsey & Co. executive Thomas Barkin as its next president and CEO.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is almost certain to raise interest rates later this month, according to a Reuters poll of economists.
Investors should be more concerned about an overheating financial market, according to the global body for central banks.
Gold prices fell on Monday toward the four-week lows hit last week as the U.S. dollar strengthened.
This week brings a critical test for the stock market: What happens in Washington on tax reform. Plus, big jobs Friday. Should be an interesting week!
Former presidential candidate Ron Paul sees investors getting blindsided by a correction.
Jim Cramer commented on Friday's market churn and looked ahead to the stocks and events he'll watch next week.
Mohamed El-Erian, rumored in line for a top job at the Fed, praised the central bank for navigating its way out of crisis-era policies.
Dallas Fed President Kaplan said the Federal Reserve should raise rates in December, due to high employment and upward inflation pressure.
The Federal Reserve's goals include promoting inclusive "economic opportunity" for Americans of all income levels.
An exclusive note from George W. Bush's former economic advisor accuses the tax committee of "playing games" to thwart the tax bill.
St. Louis Fed James Bullard warned of a "bearish signal" in the economy if the Fed continues raising interest rates at the current clip.
Gold is still on track for a weekly decline.
Jim Cramer argued that deregulation could give stocks like Citigroup and Bank of America even more room to run.
In Goodfriend, the Fed gets someone whose approach to monetary policy and regulation runs counter to three core tenets of current orthodoxy.
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