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Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is worried about excessive leveraged lending and the high level of corporate debt across Wall Street.
Jim Cramer has been critical of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell ever since his comments on Oct. 3 that were a "long way" from so-called neutral.
Richard Fisher, a senior advisor at Barclays and former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, says his "biggest fear right now" is bad credit in Europe impacting the United States.
"The only thing that really worries me about the economy right now is what the Fed is doing," says the "Trumponomics" co-author.
Tightening financial conditions and intensified skittishness over trade will cause the Federal Reserve to follow a less aggressive path when it comes to hiking rates, according to Goldman Sachs.
Jim Cramer says panic will reign on Wall Street if the Federal Reserve chooses not to raise interest rates in December.
St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard says the central bank could consider postponing its widely anticipated December rate hike by one month because of an inverted yield curve.
President Trump has "a lot of experience as a businessman and an investor; so he knows his stuff," says Larry Kudlow, director of Trump's National Economic Council.
Jim Cramer breaks down how Tesla could benefit from a Chinese tariff rollback.
Jim Cramer flags four trends complicating the Federal Reserve's tasks of keeping inflation at bay while keeping Americans employed.
Members of the Federal Reserve are reportedly debating whether to signal a "wait-and-see" approach after a probable hike to the central bank's overnight rate at its meeting later this month.
Keith Meister, founder of Corvex Management, advises stock investors in these tumultuous times to "do what you do really well."
Despite the stock market sell-off this week, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon predicts the Federal Reserve will likely still raise interest rates in December.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said the the central bank may not have to go much further with interest rates to achieve a proper balance between slowing and overheating.
Amid the latest round of market turmoil this week, the market has lowered the probability of an interest rate hike when the central bank's policymaking body meets later this month. They've also reduced the chances of future increases.
The number of interest rate hikes next year has been the subject of debate on Wall Street as concerns about an economic slowdown continue to slam the stock market.