President Trump slams the Federal Reserve for considering another interest-rate hike; says the U.S. dollar is strong.
Jerome Powell is ramping up Federal Reserve communication to build public trust and help insulate it from political attack.
Despite a slight miss on monthly U.S. payroll data, the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates at its December 18-19 meeting.
Brainard Sees Gradual Fed Hikes Still Appropriate in ‘Near Term’
The Federal Reserve is ready to shift off a mechanical pace of interest-rate increases every quarter.
Fed officials are signaling to investors a hard truth about relying on increasingly contradictory economic data.
The Fed signaled it is adopting a more flexible approach in their gradual interest-rate increases after a likely December hike.
He said central bank’s approach to interest-rate hikes is right as monetary policy gets closer to optimal longer-run setting.
Corporate America's Debt Boom Looks Like a Bust for the Economy
The Fed vice chairman said he is optimistic about growth in U.S. output per hour and the ability of a strong labor market.
For Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, the days of straightforward policy meetings are numbered.
Powell listed potential challenges including slowing growth abroad, fading fiscal stimulus and lagged effect of Fed rate hikes.
Fed Risks Backlash Reining in Economy Congress Wants to Rev Up
FOMC reiterates outlook for ‘further gradual’ rate increases.
The infusion of artificial intelligence, robotics and big data into the workplace is elevating the demand for people’s ingenuity.
Fed's Powell Says Reduced Immigration Could Slow U.S. Economy
Fed Fires Warning Shot at Wall Street's Riskier Loan Deals
Fed Warns Over Leveraged Lending as Banks Chase Riskier Deals
Trump lashed out at the Fed for a second day on Thursday, blaming it for the worst U.S. stock-market selloff since February.
Central bankers are slowly raising borrowing costs to keep inflation in check with unemployment near the lowest levels since 1960s
Richmond Fed's Barkin Sees Risks Amid Solid U.S. Growth