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Yale economist Robert Shiller isn't getting spooked by rising rates or fresh stock market records, at least not yet.
The bank denies allegations in lawsuits that it changed the loan terms of customers in bankruptcy without their knowledge, putting them at risk of default.
Bank of America has begun laying off employees in its operations and technology division, part of the second-largest U.S. bank's plan to cut costs.
Things are on track for three hikes a year and balance sheet normalization, maybe even starting in September, Gabriela Santos said.
Multiple cyberattacks on major bitcoin exchanges add to worries that the largely unregulated industry will be unable to manage the hype.
The Fed rate hike won't have a huge impact on people's budgets. But here's the part that is a big deal, says Notre Dame Professor Nelson C. Mark.
The Fed released a hawkish statement on Wednesday, but it's doubtful the central bank will ultimately be able to reach its goal, Bill Gross told CNBC.
U.S. Bancorp raised the prime rate to 4.25 percent following the Fed announcement to increase rates by a quarter point.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen sidestepped speculation about whether President Donald Trump will replace her.
The Federal Reserve released a new plan on Wednesday on how it will how it will gradually shrink its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.
Fed chair Yellen gave her reasons why inflation should come back and justify the Fed's rate hike earlier Wednesday.
After June rate hike, Fed policy is entering uncharted waters. Here's how the rest of the year will play out, says Gerald O'Driscoll.
The Federal Reserve announced a quarter-point rate hike Wednesday and gave further details on the plan to reduce its balance sheet.
The Fed said it sees rates at 1.4 percent by the end of 2017, unchanged from its March forecast.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on May 3.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen holds a press conference on Wednesday after the Fed raised short-term interest rates.
Stocks are reacting to the cold, hard facts of the economy first and foremost.
The Fed is raising rates even though part of its dual mandate argues against doing so.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Short-term investors should sell stocks and get ready for a drop in the market this summer, Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO and CIO of DoubleLine, said Tuesday.
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