The Fed is currently maintaining its monetary base 2.9 percent above its year-earlier level because it apparently believes that the economy will continue to grow in the months ahead at a pace consistent with the objective of price...
March's brutal start on Wall Street may not be an anomaly. If Citi's forecast is right, it could replay several times this year, whether or not President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum become a reality. ...
It is this inconsistency that can lead to a credibility issue for the Fed. Unfortunately, we have seen this play out before. In the 1970s, Richard Nixon placed undue pressure on then Fed Chair Arthur Burns to pursue...
Shares of Overstock.com fell Thursday after the e-commerce retailer that's announced cryptocurrency operations in the last year disclosed the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the firm over digital tokens. In an 8-K filing Thursday with the commission,...
The "Fast Money" traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of Nike. Karen Finerman was a buyer Lowe's. Brian Kelly was a buyer of Bitcoin. ...
Institutional Investor — a widely read publication on Wall Street for its rankings of analysts and others — announced Thursday it will become a fully digital publication starting April 1. "We just felt like it was the right time...
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell appeared Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee in the second part of his semiannual remarks to Congress. Powell's remarks Tuesday before the House Financial Services Committee shook markets, as traders...
Powell added that he expects to see wage inflation soon. However, his predecessor, Janet Yellen, often said the same thing, and the Fed has been flummoxed by low inflation and particularly little wage pressures. The...
Legendary macro trader Paul Tudor Jones has issued caution about Congress' $1.5 trillion tax cut. "I think the recent tax cuts and spending increases are something we will all look back on and regret," Jones...
If President Donald Trump's tariffs go into effect, one of Wall Street's long-time bulls suggests stocks will get hammered. Raymond James' Jeffrey Saut says the safest place for investors is on the sidelines until there's more clarity. ...
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