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Yellen discusses the yield curve inversion, which sent stocks tumbling on Friday.
The closest the U.K. can get to a no-deal Brexit for leaving the EU is the so-called Malthouse compromise — a plan that addresses the contentious issue of the Irish border, according to Andrew Garthwaite.
The U.S. central bank's pause in interest rate hikes is a relief for many emerging economies, and represents an opportunity for Indonesia to accelerate growth, the Asian country's finance minister told CNBC.
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans says the U.S. economy has slowed but downplayed chances of a recession.
Washington's messy and protracted trade dispute with the EU and China can disrupt supply chains and set in train unpredictable rising prices, writes Dr Michael Ivanovitch.
The U.S. Federal Reserve decided on Wednesday to hold interest rates steady and indicated that no more hikes will be coming this year.
Despite both Trump's and Moore's skepticism of the Fed, Powell's job as Federal Reserve chair appears safe for now.
Rather than take assurance that the Fed would come to the rescue again, market participants instead are beginning to wonder if that's still possible.
Moore, 59, current is a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation and has been a Trump supporter since the 2016 election.
The fall in long-term debt yields sparked an inversion of the Treasury curve, a recession indicator for traders.
The Fed on Wednesday kept interest rates steady and slashed all projections of a rate hike this year. Still, S&P Global Ratings said the central bank is "not yet done" with rate hikes, predicting another will come this year or early next year.
Jim Cramer gives his playbook and stock picks for a low-growth economy now that the Federal Reserve won't raise intrest rates this year.
DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach spoke to CNBC's Scott Wapner on Thursday.
Corporate earnings are falling, the economy is slowing, yet the U.S. stock market is still up more than 13 percent this year.
"It's not easy to start. You make your rookie mistakes, you come back. He's a great guy," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed rate mortgage, which had been sitting for days at 4.40 percent, fell sharply to 4.34 percent.