With a strong job market and economic growth humming along, the Fed has been working to push rates back up from historic lows a decade after it flooded the financial system with money to help it recover from the financial crisis » Read More
By: Jeff Cox
President Trump is grousing again about his Federal Reserve chairman, telling political donors he was hoping for easier monetary policy. » Read More
The longtime bull who recently turned cautious says China is the main driver for the stock market. » Read More
Anybody expecting that the monetary policy can be fine-tuned to deliver price stability and a growing economy would be well-advised to think again, Michael Ivanovitch writes. » Read More
Approximately 400 Wells Fargo customers lost their homes after a software glitch denied them the ability to modify their mortgages, the San Francisco Business Times reports.Â
JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is suggesting that the shrinking of the Fed balance sheet and the rise of the 10-year Treasury yield to 5 percent pose dangers. His views are important since his bank is at the nerve center of money flows and its costs.
The Federal Reserve's James Bullard tells CNBC that changes in the bond market are now the main focus for investors.
Countries espousing free trade in response to U.S. trade war threats should just drop all their own tariffs to zero â€” but they're protecting their own industries, says St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard.
The Fed is confident in the economy now, but by next year it may have to slow interest rate hikes and stop paring back its balance sheet, according to BlackRock's chief investment officer for fixed income.Â Â Â
Supercharged U.S. economic growth is distracting too many investors from the real dangers of a trade war for equity markets, one research firm said in a report this week, warning of a potential sell-off in stocks as early as this summer.Â Â
Jim Cramer sounded off on the Federal Reserve for not anticipating the coming financial crisis 10 years ago today.
The Trump administration was looking at the possibility of slapping a 25 percent tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese imported goods.
Jim Cramer says the market's trade-war-related dips create bountiful investment opportunities in the hardest-hit sectors.
The Fed pointed to more rate increases before the end of the year. Here's what you should do about that.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policymaking meeting on July 31.
Markets expected the Federal Reserve's policymaking body to maintain the target range for its benchmark interest rate at 1.75 percent to 2 percent.
Economic growth is expected to continue at a rapid pace in the third quarter, according to a preliminary forecast from the Atlanta Fed.
U.S. interest rates are moving higher because the U.S. government is taking on more longer term debt and global central banks are stepping back from some of the easy policies adopted in the financial crisis.
The Fed's move to reverse its decade-old support of the financial system could backfire, according to J.P. Morgan's CEO. Here's what others have to say.
President Trump's trade war is making life uncomfortable for some large American corporations, but they have found a way to reduce the pain: Pass it on to customers, The New York Times reports.Â