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The Conspiracy Theory You Probably Didn't Notice At Monday's Debate

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lashed out at the Federal Reserve in Monday’s debate. The U.S. central bank, which operates independently, sets target interest rates and is a crucial financial regulator. Trump said the...Show More Summary

Dallas Fed: Manufacturing Conditions Improved in September, but Continued to Contract

The Dallas Federal Reserve Bank said that manufacturing activity in its Texas district improved in September, even as sentiment has now contracted for 21 straight months. The composite index of...

John Oliver: Wells Fargo scam is like a Russian doll where ‘the last doll is giving you the finger’

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

John Oliver tore into Wells Fargo bank on Sunday’s Last Week Tonight and blasted the giant corporation’s phony account scandal which has resulted in the resignation of CEO John Stumpf from the Federal Reserve board. “That’s right,” Oliver said. “Wells Fargo...

Weekend Reading: Barry Eichengreen: Closing Remarks to Policy Challenges in a Diverging Global Economy

Barry Eichengreen: _[Closing Remarks to Policy Challenges in a Diverging Global Economy][]_: >It is one of the great pleasures of my association with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco to give these closing remarks. Having done this twice before, in 2011 and 2013, this affords me the opportunity not...

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 39 states in August

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for August 2016. In the past month, the indexes increased in 39 states, decreased in nine, and remained stable in two, for a one-month diffusion index of 60. Show More Summary

Fed wants to put new limits on banks' commodities activities

The Federal Reserve wants to put new limits on big banks' activities in physical commodities businesses, with an eye to reducing financial risks from volatile trading and transport of sensitive … Click to Continue »

Wells Fargo CEO resigns from Federal Reserve advisory panel following fake-accounts scandal

Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive John Stumpf has resigned from a Federal Reserve advisory panel, the latest fallout from the banking giant’s fake-accounts scandal. Stumpf’s move came after five senators called for him not to be reappointed to the Federal Advisory Council, a 12-member body that...

Wells Fargo CEO leaves bank panel in wake of fraud

Wells Fargo CEO, John Stumpf, under fire for a scandal in which bank employees opened millions of unauthorized customer accounts, has resigned from a national panel that discusses economic and banking issues with the Federal Reserve.        

Kansas City Fed: Regional Manufacturing Activity "Rebounded Moderately" in September

From the Kansas City Fed: Tenth District Manufacturing Activity Rebounded ModeratelyThe Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City released the September Manufacturing Survey today. According to Chad Wilkerson, vice president and economistShow More Summary

Kansas City Fed: Manufacturing Activity Rebounded a Little in August

Manufacturing activity rebounded in the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank’s district in September, expanding after two months of declines. The composite index of general business conditions increased from -4 in...

'There’s probably a lot of cause for celebration in China for what happened this week'

It's been another boring week for the world's major central banks. On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve, once again, elected to hold rates at its September meeting. And earlier in the day, the Bank of Japan also refrained from cutting,Show More Summary

European stocks are bouncing

European stocks are bouncing for a second consecutive day on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve left interest rates on hold on Wednesday, giving stocks a leg up. In tandem with the Bank of Japan's decision on Wednesday morning toShow More Summary

Yellen Rebuffs Pressure to Hike as Fed "Gives Economy Room to Run"

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen braved mounting opposition inside and outside the U.S. central bank and delayed an interest-rate increase again to give the economy more room to run.While agreeing that the case for a rate rise hadShow More Summary

Federal Reserve holds interest rates steady

Central bank says the U.S. economy is gaining speed after anemic growth in the first half of 2016

Here's the new Fed dot plot

The Federal Reserve just announced that it intends to keep the fed funds rate in the same 0.25-0.5% range it has been targeting since December 2015. The central bank also gave us some idea about what its policy makers think is coming...Show More Summary

Stocks rise with oil prices; Federal Reserve decision looms

U.S. stocks are rising Wednesday morning, following global markets higher, as investors wait for the Federal Reserve to conclude a policy meeting. The Bank of Japan didn't change its policies much. Energy and metals prices are rising as the dollar gets a bit weaker. The Dow Jones industrial average...

Federal Reserve Maintains Key Interest Rate In Another Nod To Slow Recovery

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ? The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that it will leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged, likely sparing consumers and businesses an increase in borrowing costs for another few months. The central bank’s FederalShow More Summary

Stocks creep higher as Federal Reserve meeting starts

U.S. stocks inched higher Tuesday in another cautious day of trading as investors kept an eye on central banks in the U.S. and Japan. Healthcare and household goods companies led the way, while energy companies slipped. Major market indexes were higher all day but returned most of those gains at...

I’m So Bored With The B-O-J: ETF Options Traders ‘Shorting Vol’ Ahead of Central Bank Meeting

Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks during a press conference at the BOJ headquarters in Tokyo on July 29, 2016. Getty Images Arguably the main event for markets this week, assuming the Federal Reserve stands pat, is the Bank of Japan’s meeting on Wednesday. Options traders on Tuesday seemed to place ETF bets that […]

Two Central Banks Appear To Hold Sway On Markets In Early Going

Investors looked again like they were treading cautiously into the markets today as the start of the Federal Reserve’s two-day meetings launches in the U.S. and the Bank of Japan has its own central bank meetings there. In the early going, the Dow Jones Industrials, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq [...]

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