President Donald Trump's effort to stack the Federal Reserve with ideological allies has run into a familiar foe.
The fed funds rate rate has inched up to its highest level in 11 years even though the central bank has sent said it is done tightening.
The S&P 500's roughly 16% rise in 2019 is "not nothing," the billionaire co-founder of Blackstone Group says.
Jim Cramer's sending a signal to Trump as his central bank criticism continues.
President Trump can't fire the Fed chairman, but he can make it "extremely uncomfortable" for him to stay in the job, says Komal Sri-Kumar.
Powell "ain't quittin'. ... This is a guy who is doing his job. He's adjusted to doing his job," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke with CNBC's "The Exchange" on Wednesday.
Trump said Cain is currently going through background checks but imagines "he will be in good shape."
The central bank chief now faces a landscape full of mines that could detonate in any direction.
Morgan Stanley's strategists see outperformance in stocks that behave like bonds as yields — and economic forecasts — continue to recede.
President Donald Trump's top economic advisor Larry Kudlow on Friday said he believes the "underlying" U.S. economy "looks very good."
Top White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow wants the Federal Reserve to "immediately" cut interest rates by 50 basis points.
Quarles voiced confidence in the economy and said more rate hikes likely will be appropriate, countering the prevailing market wisdom.
The Fed made a mistake in hiking rates in December, and it will take two rate cuts to correct, says Stifel's Barry Bannister.
With a bond market signal pointing to a recession, policymakers have a choice: act now or hope that conditions change for the better.
Sloan had been made CEO to clean up the bank's fake accounts scandal. But in the end, Wells Fargo's problems overwhelmed him.
Presumptive Federal Reserve nominee Stephen Moore owes more than $75,000 in taxes and other penalties, a court filing indicates.
The Heritage Foundation fellow backed off on earlier criticism he had for the Fed and specifically its chairman, Jerome Powell.
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans says the U.S. economy has slowed but downplayed chances of a recession.
The fall in long-term debt yields sparked an inversion of the Treasury curve, a recession indicator for traders.