The Fed has a "staggering" lack of diversity among its directors, according to a report Tuesday from a leading Washington think tank.
Jesse Powell, CEO of bitcoin exchange Kraken, said there "could be some crackdown" on cryptocurrencies.
Adeyemo said the White House's broad interpretation of infrastructure is not only favored by progressives, but by Wall Street, too.
Treasury officials said that the Made In America tax plan would recoup about $2 trillion in corporate profits into the U.S.
Dow futures rose over 200 points Monday after Friday's blowout jobs report.
April started off with a rally, and the market could continue to notch gains as the month gets underway.
Yellen laid out a three-pronged agenda on Wednesday to address what she described as ongoing threats to the nation's financial system.
Banks have improved their capital positions and should be allowed to continue to buy back their own shares, Yellen said.
U.S. stock futures bounced Wednesday, one day after a broad sell-off sent Wall Street lower.
U.S. stock futures bounced Wednesday, especially Nasdaq futures, one day after a broad sell-off sent Wall Street lower.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Fed Chair Jerome Powell on Tuesday acknowledged that prices in some areas of the market look expensive.
The Fed will remain a key focus for the markets in the week ahead, with testimony from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and other Fed officials speaking.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said he agrees with Fed Chairman Jerome Powell that inflation is likely to be transitory, justifying the central bank's easy money approach.
IRS officials told reporters that the service on Friday began processing stimulus checks, which could arrive in bank accounts this weekend.
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Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein told CNBC there might some stock market speculation but the bigger problem for the U.S. economy is high unemployment.
Bitcoin climbed back above the $50,000 level Wednesday, after a brutal sell-off earlier this week.
Bitcoin's volatility will fall as it grows to become a "stabilizing influence" for the entire global financial system, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor told CNBC.
U.S. stock futures were mostly lower Tuesday, pointing to a 1.4% decline in the Nasdaq, one day after the index sank nearly 2.5%.