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Gold prices fell on Friday following the U.S. Senate's progress in pursuit of tax cuts.
The dollar rose as progress on U.S. tax reforms raised prospects of a fiscal lift to the economy.
While the CNBC Fed Survey says nearly half expect Trump to nominate Jay Powell, Wall Street thinks he should name Yellen.
Jim Cramer recalls his experience during the historic market crash of 1987 and shares his biggest takeaways.
Reports that President Trump is leaning toward Fed governor Jerome Powell to be the next Fed chair sent buyers into stocks and bonds.
Of all the candidates in the running for Fed chair, Powell is seen as most similar to Janet Yellen though slightly more hawkish.
President Trump will interview Yellen on Thursday about staying on as Fed chair.
Gold prices recovered after touching the lowest in more than one week on Thursday.
Jim Cramer finds great buys pegged to the Trump administration's actions, but few that are tied to tax reform.
The U.S. central bank released its periodic report on the health of the US economy Wednesday.
Trump is seriously considering John Taylor, whose academic work suggests that interest rates could be nearly triple where they are now.
N.Y. Federal Reserve President William Dudley said a U.S. tax code overhaul to make it simpler and more broad-based should boost overall economic growth.
The slippage may reflect expectations of slower long-term domestic economic growth.
Gold fell for a third straight session on Wednesday on pressure from a firmer dollar.
John Williams, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, argues that the American economy is healthier than it looks.
Rumors of a more hawkish Fed chief sent gold lower for the third straight session.
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