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Some emerging markets haven't used global liquidity to sufficiently take care of debt and leverage, S&P Global Ratings said
Bank stocks may be taking a "breather" but there are a lot of positive drivers going into 2018, analyst Ken Leon told CNBC on Thursday.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Thursday he thinks stocks are "fully priced."
Trump met with Stanford University economist John Taylor in his search for a new chair of the Federal Reserve, a White House official said.
The normalization of monetary policy in the U.S. and other advanced economies should be manageable for emerging markets, says Fed Governor Jerome Powell.
Fed Governor Lael Brainard says interest rate hikes should be held until inflation rises above a specific target.
The CEO of a major European bank offered a stark warning for his industry on Thursday, suggesting that years of accommodative policy by global central banks could quickly turn sour.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin also says the administration won't budge on the proposed cut in the corporate tax rate to 20 percent.
Though futures were modestly lower this morning, the autumn months continue to defy their historical trends as the worst months of the year.
Jim Cramer likens the stock market to fishing and gives five reasons for why so many different stocks are rallying.
Powell, a current Fed governor, is now the leading contender for the job, according to a prediction website.
Minutes from the September meeting of the policymaking Federal Open Market Committee were released Wednesday.
Central bankers are struggling to understand what makes a modern economy tick and their actions could prove harmful, Financial Times reports.
Job openings were little changed in August, according to the Labor Department Wednesday.
Larry Fink tells CNBC that U.S. companies are stronger and better managed across several industries.
The Fed should adopt a gradual approach to normalizing its expansive monetary policy, U.S. central banker Charles Evans said on Wednesday.
Futures were lower this morning as investors await the minutes release from the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting.
BlackRock chief Larry Fink says if the Fed tightens too much that could put the bond market out of whack and hurt stocks.
Dallas Fed's Robert Kaplan said he will be looking for more signs of upward inflation as he weighs potential interest-rate hikes.
Jim Cramer digs into recent activist activity on Wall Street and offers his take on how activist pressure can impact your investments.
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