The Fed may have been wrong on employment and inflation, leading to policy ahead that will be easier than thought, Janet Yellen said. » Read More
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Yellen will discuss "inflation, uncertainty, and monetary policy" in an address Tuesday to the National Association for Business Economics in Cleveland. » Read More
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U.S. stock futures were pointing to modest gains on Tuesday after a tech-focused drop.
Gold eased under pressure from the dollar on Tuesday with investors booking profits.
The euro fell to its lowest level in a month on Tuesday as worry about political fallout in Germany and other euro zone countries grew.
Forbes Media Chairman and Editor-in-chief Steve Forbes has strong views on how deeply the U.S. should cut taxes and how the Fed should react.
Federal Reserve economists worry that the central bank may have a hard time lowering interest rates when future economic crises arise.
The Fed should wait for clear signs that American paychecks and prices are rising before raising interest rates again, a U.S. central banker said.
William Dudley is the president of Federal Reserve Bank of New York and vice-chairman of the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee.
Jonathan Swan, national political reporter at Axios, says he'd be "truly stunned" if Trump were to give Cohn the Fed job.
Unprecedented is an overused word in financial markets — but this time it's justified.
Politics likely will be a big market influence in the days ahead, with a major congressional initiative expected this week.
The Gartman Letter editor Dennis Gartman doesn't want the gold market "correction" to spook investors.
'For many it does not make sense to sell,' a top real estate analyst explains, and here's why
Both BofAML and Fundstrat issued reports touting value stocks such as financials and a stronger U.S. dollar, a strategy known as the reflation trade.
U.S. central banker John Williams said on Friday he does not expect any market turbulence as the Fed gets underway with reducing the huge balance sheet.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Friday morning, as fresh threats from North Korea revived geopolitical tensions.
If the Fed were a private financial institution, it would be insolvent, says equity research analyst Dick Bove.
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