Jim Cramer lists the various pressures that could stop the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates three more times in 2019. » Read More
By: Tyler Clifford
"The market is clearly worried about over-tightening of the Fed," Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel said on "Closing Bell." » Read More
By: Fred Imbert
President Donald Trump once again took a shot at the Federal Reserve on Tuesday, saying he would like to see lower rates from the U.S. central bank. » Read More
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The Fed has already raised rates three times this year. Wall Street expects one more in December.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has a high approval rating among corporate chief financial officers. The same can't be said of President Donald Trump or his trade advisors, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council.
The stock market next year could peak at heights that are double-digit percentage points above current levels, according to BMO Capital Markets.
Even the biggest bulls on Wall Street are pulling in the reigns. This is the one risk that has Federated Investors' Phil Orlando revising his outlook.
Jim Cramer warns that the housing sector is under pressure and says Federal Reserve officials are all but ignoring the damage.
Fed officials need to swallow their pride and talk to more CEOs to get a better picture of the pockets of weakness in the economy, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Recent appointee Richard Clarida told CNBC's Steve Liesman that nearly three years of increases have brought the Fed's short-term interest rate near where it is neither restrictive nor stimulative.
There's an oversupply of luxury condominiums in most major cities and rising interest rates are making it harder for buyers to make deals, the developer says.
Jim Cramer outlines what he's hearing from chief executives about the state of the U.S. economy.
Jim Cramer says the chairman of the Federal Reserve is at a critical juncture that will determine the trajectory of the U.S. economy in 2019.
The former Treasury Secretary warned the Fed should be careful not to raise rates too quickly.
The Federal Reserve in 2019 will launch a broad look at how it conducts policy and conveys what is doing to the public.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said the central bank is "not too far" from reaching a "neutral" short-term policy rate.
The central bank needs to start looking at monetary policy's impact on asset prices before economic conditions, Dalio says, adding he would err on the side of caution on rate hikes.
Jim Cramer reflects on Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's comments about the U.S. economy.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell expressed confidence in U.S. economic strength Wednesday and said markets will have to get used to the idea that the central bank could raise rates at any time starting in 2019.