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Interest rate hikes could come to an end for this cycle in 2019, Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker said Thursday.
Geopolitical turmoil and policy certainty are combining to make businesses more cautious about investing, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic says.
The euro rose off a six-month low on Thursday as the dollar faltered.
The Federal Reserve needs to raise interest rates about four more times before it reaches an equilibrium level, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan says.
The Federal Reserve will consider a proposal to modify the "Volcker Rule" banning proprietary trading by banks at a May 30 meeting of its board.
Minutes from the Fed's May meeting also pointed to an interest rate hike in June.
Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari speaks on the state of the economy, trade and labor markets before the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in Bismark, North Dakota.
U.S. government debt yields fell Wednesday after the Federal Reserve's latest meeting minutes revealed that the central bank would be open to letting inflation temporarily run a bit.
The dollar fell on Tuesday from a five-month high, losing momentum after a broad rally.
Jim Cramer unpacks the market's response to the U.S.-China trade truce that sent the major averages higher on Monday.
The dollar edged up against the yen on Monday, after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. trade war with China is "on hold."
America's strengthening domestic demand will push trade deficits to new highs ahead. That will aggravate trade disputes with Canada, Mexico, the European Union and China — that account for 75 percent of the U.S. trade gap, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The Federal Reserve is all but set to raise interest rates in June. Beyond that, the central bank's options are limited by one critical factor, according to one market watcher.
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq have a chance to erase small weekly declines. The small-cap Russell 2000 looks for three record highs in a row.
A ministry spokesman said that the claims were not true while speaking at a daily news briefing about the ongoing trade talks between the world's two largest economies, according to Reuters.
Jim Cramer worries the Fed could raise rates fast than expected after the release of U.S. jobless claims data on Thursday.