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AOC is right: Inflation is solved. That’s why central banks are doing the unthinkable — cutting rates when we’ve got full employment...
The economy is screaming for an interest rate rise. But the US Fed and the ECB have signalled they're going to cut instead.
Who is Jerome Powell? The man Trump keeps trying to fire holds the fates of US economy and stock market in his grasp
He's the Chair of the Federal Reserve, and his interest-rate decisions are under extreme scrutiny from Donald Trump and stock investors alike.
The billionaire tech entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner foresees Libra stirring up trouble in countries with unstable governments or currencies.
Fed chair Powell just called bitcoin a ‘speculative store of value’ like gold — adding weight to the safe haven theory
"Really almost no one uses bitcoin for payments, they use it as an alternative to gold," Powell said.
Stocks are climbing despite Trump’s latest China barbs as rate cut hopes buoy markets — the trade war is ‘back in focus’
Donald Trump criticized China, Singapore's economy unexpectedly contracted, and Chinese imports and exports fell.
Trump’s top economic advisor just applauded Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her questions about low unemployment to Fed Chair Jerome Powell
In a congressional hearing Wednesday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the US economy can sustain unemployment "substantially lower than we thought."
Stocks climbed on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell strongly hinted the central bank will cut rates this month.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell told Congress that trade and growth concerns "continue to weigh on the US economic outlook."
Traders will be listening intently to Jerome Powell's speech at the Boston Fed today for signs the central bank is changing its tune on policy.
US stocks are set to slide after a stellar jobs report slashed hopes for an interest rate cut this month
"Investors have shifted into the mentality of 'weaker the better,'" when it comes to the health of the economy, says one analyst.