Fed vice chair Richard Clarida sits down with CNBC's Sara Eisen to discuss the state of the U.S. economy, global growth and the U.S. China trade on the economy.
The U.S. is economy likely slowing from its strong rate of growth in 2018, with "important international risks" clouding the outlook, Federal Reserve vice chairman Richard Clarida said on Thursday.
Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Richard Clarida said in a speech that the Fed can be patient in assessing its next move and must be careful to watch global risks such as Brexit and trade tensions.
No US-based chief financial officers on the CNBC Global CFO Council think there will be a recession this year. The markets, investors and Fed face a rising level of anxiety about a recession, but the latest CNBC survey finds no immediate concern.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports from a Fed forum in New York as Vice Chairman Richard Clarida speaks on policy changes within the Federal Reserve.
Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen defended the central bank's independence after months of strong criticism from President Trump.
Fed Chairman Powell had dinner with President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin at the White House on Monday.
The Federal Reserve should be prepared to adjust its policy to protect the U.S. economy from any sustained pressure from a global economic slowdown and volatility in financial markets, the Fed's second-in-command said.
The Federal Reserve's current methods for meeting its inflation and employment goals are working well, though an upcoming review may come up with ways to "refine" them, Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida said on Monday.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on comments from Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida's speech Tuesday morning on the U.S. economy.