The city of Riverton and surrounding lands are not part of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, an appeals court ruled Wednesday in a case that involves federal air-quality … Click to Continue »
The Federal Reserve remains unsure whether President Trump will be good or bad for the economy. The lead negotiator for Mexico with the Trump administration says the country will not accept individuals deported by the U.S. who are not...Show More Summary
The Federal Reserve still hasn't made its mind up about President Donald Trump's policies. Based on the central bank's most recent communication — the Fed minutes for the January/February meeting released on Wednesday — the members of...Show More Summary
Spring will very soon have sprung — which means "For Sale" signs will be in full bloom — and if you're hoping to buy a home this year, get ready for a competitive market. Thanks to the Federal Reserve's continuing rate hike teases and...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Many Federal Reserve policymakers said it may be appropriate to raise interest rates again "fairly soon" should jobs and inflation data come in line with expectations, according to the minutes of the Fed's last policy meeting released on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Something similar to this “new queen bee” story is happening now. The “old queen” has been the Federal Reserve and monetary policy. The “new queen” appears to be the White House and fiscal policy. The White House seems...
Federal Reserve officials earlier this month discussed the need to raise a key interest rate again "fairly soon," especially if the economy remains strong. Minutes of the discussions showed that … Click to Continue »
Federal Reserve policymakers said at their latest meeting that another small hike in a key interest rate could come "fairly soon," opening the door a bit wider to an increase next month, according to minutes of the meeting released Wednesday. Fed officials reiterated their "considerable uncertainty"...
The Federal Reserve will publish minutes of the policy meeting it held earlier in February at 2 p.m. ET. At that meeting, the Federal Open Markets Committee voted to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged, just as markets had expected. Show More Summary
Federal Reserve officials always walk a fine line in telegraphing their intentions. Being too specific about the future path of interest rates risks disappointing expectations; being too vague threatens market complacency. Put another...Show More Summary
Tim Duy: How the Fed's Rate Hikes Might Play Out: The U.S. economy is poised to deliver on the Federal Reserve’s economic forecast for this year. That means a baseline outlook for three interest-rate increases remains in play -- though...
By EconMatters We discuss the Stock Market Bubble is this video and provide some metrics to help the Federal Reserves Members spot the Bubble, since they seem to be having difficulty spotting the Bubble Market. The Fed should call an...Show More Summary
An example from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
There is a cost to Fed Policy! The Federal Reserve has pursued the unprecedented monetary policy of lowering rates to zero and increasing their portfolio from 500 billion to over 4 trillion. These are policies aiming to achieve maximum employment and low inflation. Show More Summary
The dollar is climbing. The US dollar index is up by 0.6% at 101.53 as of 8:16 a.m. ET. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker said on Friday in an interview with Market News International, "I would not take March off the table at this point. Show More Summary
BEIJING (AP) — Global stock markets were mixed Tuesday as investors looked ahead to minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's latest meeting and Wall Street prepared to reopen after a three-day weekend.
``Jeff Rosenberg, chief fixed income strategist at BlackRock, discusses the change in Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's message on inflation as she testified this week on Capitol Hill and looks at market skepticism on the Fed's rate path. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." ''
According to Alan Greenspan, former chair of the Federal Reserve Bank, some big economic problems we face are due to low productivity growth, which led to lower savings rates and less capital for investment, But a bigger problem may be lagging personal income.
Student loans were the leading cause for a substantial increase in household debt last year, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Thursday. While the high balance of US student debt is not news anymore, the new record-high $1.31...Show More Summary
Have you needed to use your high school chemistry recently? The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, part of the US central bank system, is on the forefront of trying to make economic and personal finance information accessible to the general public, and especially to students.