Yellen, now a distinguished fellow at the Brookings Institution, was among a handful of economists who on Thursday briefed Biden.
Harold Uhlig has equated protesters to "flat earthers" and said they should have coordinated their protests with police departments.
After JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon warned 2020 earnings could be "meaningfully lower," some wonder whether the stock is a buy one week before the report.
With stocks staging a major comeback on Monday, three experts weigh in on what they expect to come.
The coronavirus has infected more than 1,337,749 people as of Monday and killed at least 74,169 people.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the option of negative interest rates would give the Fed flexibility at a time when its policy toolkit is limited.
Janet Yellen cites three factors for why the Fed's growth estimates may be too high: demographics, education and productivity.
"If you live in an interconnected world, you have no choice but to import the effect of negative policy rates in Europe," the Allianz chief economic advisor explains.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Wall Street should not assume a recession is on the horizon.
The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond dropped to a record low in the morning of Asian trading hours on Thursday, breaching the 2% level for its first time, according to Reuters.
The four living former chairs of the Federal Reserve called for the U.S. central bank to remain free to work independently and without fear of political reprisals.
Your job is to sit tight and find high-quality stocks to stick with for as long as the underlying business stays strong, Jim Cramer says.
Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said she supports a 25-basis-point cut in the U.S. benchmark interest rate due to a weaker global economy.
"An extraordinary number of people are taking opioids in one form or another," says Powell, during testimony before the House Financial Services Committee.
WASHINGTON, June 18- President Donald Trump on Tuesday kept up pressure on the head of the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates, following a report that White House lawyers earlier this year explored whether they could legally strip Jerome Powell of the Fed chairmanship. Asked by reporters outside the White House if he wanted to demote Powell, Trump said: "Lets...
WASHINGTON, June 18- Lawyers at the White House earlier this year explored the legality of stripping Jerome Powell of his Federal Reserve chairmanship, demoting him to be just one of as many as seven governors of the U.S. central bank, according to a report from Bloomberg News published on Tuesday. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow declined to confirm or...
There may be signs of a possible recession, but Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters says it doesn't look like a downturn is on the horizon.
Yellen discusses the yield curve inversion, which sent stocks tumbling on Friday.
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans says the U.S. economy has slowed but downplayed chances of a recession.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell tells "60 Minutes" that President Trump cannot remove him from office.