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Was North Korea behind an $81 million bank cyberheist?

North Korea may have played a role in one of the biggest bank heists of all time. The cyber theft happened last February. Thieves possibly linked to North Korea stole $81 million from Bangladesh's account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Investigators are trying to determine if North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un is behind the theft. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

Fed’s Kashkari calls for changes to US education system

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Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari said on Thursday that the U.S. education system needs an overhaul and called for more parental choice, failing schools to be shut down and additional research to tackle issues. “We must not stand still – not just for the sake of...

Kansas City Fed: Manufacturing Activity Expanded in February at Fastest Rate since May 2011

The Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank said that manufacturing activity expanded in March at its fastest rate since May 2011. The composite index of general business conditions rose from 14...

Kansas City Fed: Regional Manufacturing Activity "Strengthened Further" in March

From the Kansas City Fed: Tenth District Manufacturing Activity Strengthened FurtherThe Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City released the March Manufacturing Survey today. According to Chad Wilkerson, vice president and economist at the...Show More Summary

North Korea May Have Ordered $81M Theft at NY Fed

Investigators initially suspected the hackers who stole $81 million from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York last year while posing as Bangladeshi bankers weren't actually from Bangladesh. Now, they're apparently pointing the finger at North Korea. While investigators believe Chinese individuals or businesses carried out the attack, they suspect...

US suspects N Korea in $81 mn Bangladesh theft: report

US federal prosecutors suspect the North Korean government directed last year's theft of $81 million from Bangladesh's account at the New York Federal Reserve Bank, according to a media report Wednesday. Citing unnamed sources, The Wall...Show More Summary

5 Simple Hacks To Increase Your Retirement Savings

Are you saving for your retirement? If you haven’t been able to start saving for retirement, you are not alone. The number of Americans who have no cash in their bank accounts is staggering. According to a Federal Reserve report, almost...Show More Summary

A top Fed official just trolled Jamie Dimon in a fascinating, first-of-a-kind Twitter Q&A

Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, took central bank transparency to a new level on March 21 when he took questions from Twitter users for a full hour — and answered as many as he could with class and...Show More Summary

What's wrong with bank culture? A top Fed official points to Wells Fargo scandal

A top Federal Reserve official on Tuesday cited the Wells Fargo & Co., fake accounts scandal as an example of how pay incentives can go wrong and urged banks to align them with proper behavior to improve the industry’s culture. “There was a serious mismatch between the values Wells Fargo espoused...

Bank of America Hires Top Banker Away From Morgan Stanley

Eric Bischof, who advised the New York Federal Reserve Bank after the global financial crisis, will join the rival bank as co-head of global financial institutions.

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Today's Headlines Bloomberg: Yellen's Shadow Looms Large Over Policy at China's Central Bank. Call it the Yellen effect. The Federal Reserve’s March 15 rate hike underscored a subtle shift at the People’s Bank of China: long reluctant to be influenced by global counterparts, it now appears to be in step with the U.S. Show More Summary

Americans Will Be The Loser In The Fed's Dangerous Game Of "Chicken"

Via Birch Gold Group, The Federal Reserve just raised rates once again, by 0.25%. The move implies that the central bank has confidence in the economy, and markets are riding that confidence to push upward. But analysis of the fundamentals reveals that both markets and the Fed are missing something. Show More Summary

FRBSF: The Current Economy and the Outlook

From the FRBSF: FRBSF FedViews: Fernanda Nechio, research advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, stated her views on the current economy and the outlook as of March 9, 2017. Real GDP grew at an annual pace of...

Why did Fed's Neel Kashkari oppose a rate hike? The economy's not ready for it, he says

Neel Kashkari, the only Federal Reserve policymaker to vote against an interest rate hike this week, said he balked because the economy’s not ready for it. The president of the Fed’s Minneapolis regional bank, explained in an essay Friday that inflation still hasn’t hit the central bank’s 2% annual...

Why did Fed's Neel Kashkari oppose a rate hike? The economy's not ready for it, he says

Neel Kashkari, the only Federal Reserve policymaker to vote against an interest rate hike this week, said he balked because the economy’s not ready for it. The president of the Fed’s Minneapolis regional bank, explained in an essay Friday that inflation still hasn’t hit the central bank’s 2% annual...

China follows Fed, lifts rates

Beijing - China's central bank raised short-term interest rates on Thursday in what economists said was a bid to stave off capital outflows and keep the yuan stable after the Federal Reserve raised US rates overnight. The rise in short-term...Show More Summary

The Fed's bank bailout

For the first time ever, new research examines data from the 2007-2009 financial crisis to show how the US Federal Reserve can effectively assist banks in times of financial uncertainty.

Philly Fed: Growth in Manufacturing Activity Remained Strong in March

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that manufacturing activity remained strong in March, even as headline growth pulled back from its strongest pace since November 1983. The composite index...

Japan leaves rates unchanged

Tokyo - The Bank of Japan kept its unprecedented monetary easing program unchanged on Thursday, just hours after the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate, increasing the policy divergence between the two central banks. The BOJ said that it would keep two key rates at current levels and maintain the pace of its asset purchases. Show More Summary

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