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The bond market event that investors need to be following isn't Trump's sudden attack on the Federal Reserve or the rising interest rates that current Fed policy is dictating, but the risk of an inverted yield curve. It is a recession precursor.
President Donald Trump criticizes the Federal Reserve's monetary policy again on social media Friday, a day after his initial negative remarks were revealed on CNBC.
Trump’s implication that he favors holding rates down in the face of economic growth defies the convention that monetary tightening is necessary to temper inflation.
President Donald Trump has a point – the Federal Reserve is being “very aggressive” about raising interest rates, former Dallas Fed Vice President Jerry O’Driscoll told CNBC on Thursday.
President Donald Trump's to criticize the Federal Reserve is almost without precedent in a nation that places a high priority on the independence of monetary policy.
“This is not a good policy from the administration,” says Frederic Mishkin, former Federal Reserve governor.
The White House tried to walk back comments made by President Donald Trump about the Federal Reserve and its decision to raise interest rates this year.
In a stinging and historically rare criticism, President Donald Trump expressed frustration with the Federal Reserve and said the central bank could disrupt the economic recovery.
The Federal Reserve's banking supervisor gave his backing Thursday to a new interest rate benchmark for institutions to use when lending to each other.
Some investors fear that additional Federal Reserve interest rate hikes could slow down the economy. But billionaire investor David Rubenstein says the economy is strong enough right now to withstand it.
The head of the Federal Reserve ripped into cryptocurrencies on Wednesday, saying they present serious risks to investors.
Investors appear to be warming up to a somewhat overlooked area of the fixed income market.
A decade after the 2008 recession, the policymakers who countered it on its front lines are worried that the U.S. may not be adequately armed for the next economic crisis.
Jim Cramer reveals why Williams-Sonoma is in a sweet spot in the home goods space.
America's opioid epidemic is exacting a massive human tool that also is impacting the economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday.
The U.S. economy is running at a fast enough pace to justify continued interest rate increases, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday.