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Trump plans to sign an executive order ‘pertaining to social media’ on Thursday, shortly after he accused Twitter of squashing free speech...
President Donald Trump said he'd "strongly regulate" social platforms after Twitter added fact-check links to his misleading tweets about voter fraud.
The Fed is considering a policy tool not used since World War II to keep borrowing costs at historic lows
Yield-curve control allows central banks to target certain long-term interest rates through the limitless buying and selling of bonds.
The Fed’s April meeting minutes detailed a potential 2nd-wave virus scenario that could drag on the economy into 2021
Central bank staff found a "more pessimistic projection was no less plausible" than their near-term-recovery base case, meeting minutes showed.
Nasdaq cited "public interest concerns" surrounding the cooked books for its move, as well as past failure to disclose key information.
Fed’s Powell says $600 billion Main Street Lending Program and remaining initiatives will begin by June
Speaking at the same Senate hearing, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the department is prepared to take losses on its emergency loans.
Mark Zuckerberg said he thinks Western democracies have "the next five or ten years" to set tip the balance in their favor.
The central bank's ETF purchases helped push its balance sheet total to a record $6.93 trillion in the week ended March 13.
The bank is in the middle of a major overhaul and working to regain trust among investors and regulators after numerous laundering-related probes.
Trump says the US is ‘looking at’ Chinese companies that trade on US exchanges but don’t follow accounting rules
The president added that such a move could backfire, with Chinese companies moving to London or Hong Kong to avoid stricter US guidelines.
The Fed won’t use negative interest rates to counteract the coronavirus recession, chairman Jerome Powell says
The refusal to push rates lower comes one day after President Trump renewed his call for such policy in the US, deeming it a "gift" in other nations.