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Job openings posted by U.S. employers reached an all-time high in July, suggesting that the steady hiring of the past year will endure.
The upcoming federal election in Germany is not going to throw Brexit negotiations off course, but the U.K. needs to face the reality that Brexit is not the greatest priority for the EU, according to the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
Trump is considering whether to keep Yellen on as Fed chair when her term expires in February.
The Fed is may be forced to put further rate hikes this year on hold due to the costs of hurricanes Irma and Harvey, says Grant.
Economic disruptions from the back-to-back hurricanes pummeling the U.S. may spur the Federal Reserve to hold interest rates steady.
The dollar index just skidded to new 2017 lows, bringing its losses for the year to nearly 11 percent.
A fraying relationship between President Donald Trump and top White House economic adviser Gary Cohn has raised questions about how long Cohn will stay in his job.
The Fed's Dudley cited "temporary, idiosyncratic factors" for weak prices and said "gradually" removing stimulus was still appropriate.
It seems fitting that the most likely person to be Fed chair is either Yellen or someone who is pretty much her ideological opposite.
The Fed shouldn't wait until it reaches its economic goals before tightening monetary policy, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said.
U.S. worker productivity was stronger than initially thought in the second quarter, leading to a modest increase in labor costs.
The number of Americans filing for benefits jumped to its highest level in more than two years last week amid a surge in applications in hurricane-ravaged Texas.
Gold broke above $1,300 last week and is on a steady rise. Some market experts now predict the precious metal could strengthen further.
Saudi Arabia is revising its major reform strategy just over a year after its launch, extending the timeline of some targets and removing others entirely, according to reports.
Trump has reportedly soured on appointing Gary Cohn to lead the Federal Reserve.
Stanley Fischer's decision to step down from the Fed is part of a new era that increasingly looks like it won't include Janet Yellen.
The Goldman CEO says he has disappointment but he also has hope.
Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer's decision to step down creates another opening at the central bank for President Trump to fill.
The Fed is getting more dovish in the face of weak inflation data, reducing the likelihood of a third rate hike this year, which traders already see as very unlikely.
The market is focusing on inflation, but it's missing other signs a rate hike could happen sooner than it expects, Mohamed El-Erian said.
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