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Rising wages were one of the few positives to come out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' monthly nonfarm payrolls release.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell tells "60 Minutes" that President Trump cannot remove him from office.
Maybe it's time we all got more reasonable with future expectations in the stock market.
The central bank official said she's downgraded her economic outlook as dangers have grown both domestically and from abroad.
The Federal Reserve says the U.S. economy was expanding in January and February, but half the country was seeing fallout from the 35-day partial government shutdown.
Advocating the government print money without worrying about the bills is a dangerous approach being pushed by far-left Democrats, Summers says.
The Federal Reserve may need "several meetings" to get a good read on the U.S. economy, a top monetary policymaker said on Tuesday, a clear signal that the Fed's rate-hike holiday may last for a while.
Market players are focused on U.S.-China trade developments with mixed messages on the progress of talks between Washington and Beijing .
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass also expects the U.S. to suffer a minor stock pullback during the period.
President Donald Trump made wide-ranging speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday.
Stocks continue their rally on the back of better-than-expected GDP growth. Here's what it means for the economy and the Federal Reserve.
Dudley, who retired from the Fed in June 2018, said the central bank's actions have become a "convenient whipping boy."
The remarks reflected recent Fed commentary that officials will take a patient approach to monetary policy.
After seeing a "significant risk" of a recession only a month ago, Ray Dalio has now lowered his odds of downturn.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's semiannual testimony to Congress gave Wall Street experts just what they wanted: a cool, collected central bank leader who preached patience over punch.
From a patient Federal Reserve to CEO turnaround plans, Jim Cramer talks about the key reasons why he is pressing the snooze button more often.