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‘Like trying to kill a mosquito with an anvil’: The Fed’s latest actions left Wall Street disappointed and worried. Here’s wha...
The Fed cut interest rates Wednesday for the first time in a decade. But stocks fell sharply following the announcement.
All eyes have been on inflation following the Fed’s policy reversal last month, and the latest data suggests the central bank's approach won't change.
With eyes on a burgeoning labor market, some are rethinking warnings of an imminent downturn.
Wall Street extended sharp losses to hit new lows for the year on Thursday as markets continued to digest the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise
The Well Fargo strategist quoted in Trump’s latest tweet about the Fed initially thought someone was pulling a prank on him
In his latest move apparently taking aim at the Federal Reserve, President Donald Trump turned to a Wells Fargo strategist.
Stocks slipped Thursday as Wall Street fretted over Federal Reserve signals they interpreted as more hawkish than expected, cementing fears about rising rates that had led to a global sell-off last week.
Markets haven’t priced correctly for a possible change in strategy by the US Federal Reserve, BNP Paribas says. And the bank’s global head of rates strategy argues it’s time to start buying US 10-year bonds.
Mexico's central bank is held its benchmark interest rate steady Thursday in a policy announcement as inflation cools and after a breakthrough on NAFTA was reached.
Turkey may need more than just rate hikes to shore up capital. Specifically, it needs about $75 billion, according to Macquarie strategists Thierry Wizman and Gareth Berry, or about 1.5 times what the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina in the largest bailout deal in its history.
The Argintine peso is climbing against the dollar after a switchup in leadership at its central bank, which hasn't been able to prop up the country's flailing currency despite landing the biggest International Monetary Fund bailout in history.