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The banking titan posted higher revenues across its institutional securities, wealth management, and investment management divisions.
Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen says it’s OK for the US to add to its $23 trillion debt pile — as long as it’s used to pay for climate...
Yellen says that low interest rates make it cheaper to borrow and pay for ambitious spending programs right now.
"When you look at the geopolitical strife, how many foreign entities really want to hold dollars?" Bridgewater co-chief Greg Jensen told the Financial Times.
Central bank chiefs in Dallas, Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Cleveland will help determine interest rates in 2020. Here’s where they stand ahead...
The leaders of four regional central banks will get FOMC votes in 2020 as part of a routine rotation that takes place each year.
Federal Reserve officials saw fewer risks to the economy at the end of 2019 and predicted there would be no need to adjust interest rates this year.
The bank's economists missed the mark with their forecasts around inflation, interest rates, and money supply.
‘The most anti-capitalist idea I could ever dream up’: Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller unloads on Trump’s desire for nega...
The former hedge fund manager also critiqued President Trump's trade war policies, saying his issuing of tariff exemptions threatens capitalism.
Economists and investors widely view independence from political influence as essential to a healthy central bank.
The central bank signaled it saw little need for further rate cuts, even against a backdrop of cooling global growth and ongoing trade disputes.
US unemployment is the lowest in 50 years. Here’s why Wall Street thinks that’s actually a bad thing.
Low unemployment adds pressure to the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, turning bonds into a more appealing investment compared to stocks.