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The Chicago Fed President said that he was against the Fed's decision to raise interest rates, worrying inflation would not pick up.
Fed officials do not seem to be buying what tax cut advocates are selling, namely that growth will offset the proposed rate reductions.
Jim Cramer breaks down the mega merger of the day and what it means for your portfolio.
Jim Cramer explained the "stupid" market action after the Federal Reserve's Wednesday meeting and found a handful of buying opportunities.
CNBC combed through the entire 31-minute exclusive interview and put together the best nuggets of wisdom from the billionaire investor.
Gold inched up in early trade on Thursday as the dollar stayed little change in the wake of the Fed's latest rate hike.
European stocks finished Thursday's trading day in negative territory.
China's central bank on Thursday raised interest rates for its reverse repos and medium-term lending facility (MLF) loans by 5 basis points.
Jim Cramer told investors to watch for signs of euphoria in the stock market going into 2018.
The Federal Reserve may be keeping a close eye on inflation, but the gauge it has to watch is asset prices, David Kelly said.
In her final press conference, the Fed chair said she had only one job left undone.
The Fed maintained its forecast for three rate hikes in 2018, but markets remain skeptical it can hike even twice.
Janus Henderson's Bill Gross expects two to three rate hikes in 2018, and thinks raising rates above 2.5 percent could hurt mortgages.
The move comes after the Federal Reserve upped its key short-term rate a quarter-point, as expected
The Fed chief commented on the digital currency during the press conference following the central bank's interest rate decision Wednesday.
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