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Swissinfo
European Stocks Falter After Asia Rally; Oil Risesthat will result in the heaviest day of T-bill supply on record, according to B
Swissinfo / Posted 44 minutes ago
that will result in the heaviest day of T-bill supply on record, according to Bloomberg data going back to 1994. The Federal Reserve will release minutes on Wednesday of its Jan. 30-31 meeting, Janet Yellen’s last as chair, where officials... Read more
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Al.com
Presidents Day 2018: What's open, what's closed? Will the mail run? Banks, stores, morecheck ahead. Financial markets - Financial markets, including the New York Sto
Al.com / Posted 58 minutes ago
check ahead. Financial markets - Financial markets, including the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, are closed. The Federal Reserve is closed so if your bank is open, most items won't be able to be processed until the next day. Courts -... Read more
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Swissinfo
European Stocks Extend Rally; Dollar Steadythat will result in the heaviest day of T-bill supply on record, according to B
Swissinfo / Posted an hour ago
that will result in the heaviest day of T-bill supply on record, according to Bloomberg data going back to 1994. The Federal Reserve will release minutes on Wednesday of its Jan. 30-31 meeting, Janet Yellen’s last as chair, where officials... Read more
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FOX Business
Stocks take a break for President's Day after a torrid runregion with the release of the Philly Fed report on Tuesday. Housing will be i
FOX Business / Posted 2 hours ago
region with the release of the Philly Fed report on Tuesday. Housing will be in the spotlight on Wednesday when existing home sales for January are released. On the same day, the Federal Reserve will release the minutes from its latest... Read more
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FOX Business
Stocks take a break for President's Day after a torrid runregion with the release of the Philly Fed report on Tuesday. Housing will be i
FOX Business / Posted 2 hours ago
region with the release of the Philly Fed report on Tuesday. Housing will be in the spotlight on Wednesday when existing home sales for January are released. On the same day, the Federal Reserve will release the minutes from its latest... Read more
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Business Standard India
Asian shares extend global recovery as volatility subsidespercent at the end of last year. The two-year U. S. yield hit its highest leve
Business Standard India / Posted 3 hours ago
percent at the end of last year. The two-year U. S. yield hit its highest level since 2008 last week as investors bet the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at its next policy meeting in March. The U. S. cash bond market is shut on Monday... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
President's Day Parade set to embark through Downtown Indio12). Children 5 and under get in free, along with veterans plus three guests w
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 6 hours ago
12). Children 5 and under get in free, along with veterans plus three guests with proper identification. As a reminder, national and regional banks, the Federal Reserve and the United States Postal Service will be closed, observing the... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Farm and Food File: Debt with a productive purposehow much debt is safe? For government — and for businesses, too — explains Bli
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 10 hours ago
how much debt is safe? For government — and for businesses, too — explains Blinder, the former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, debt can grow at the same pace as Gross Domestic Product and not become worrisome. So, if the American... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Robert J. Samuelson: Ugh — inflation is back and it could lead to a crisisand trucks, shelter, medical care services and transportation services.” Infla
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 10 hours ago
and trucks, shelter, medical care services and transportation services.” Inflation’s rebound seems to vindicate former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who argued that price increases were in hibernation, not the mortuary. Now, her... Read more
11h
Business Insider Australia
Macquarie warns that a big bear market is coming for the US dollarespecially given it will likely lead to faster US economic growth, higher infla
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 hours ago
especially given it will likely lead to faster US economic growth, higher inflationary pressures and a faster hiking US Federal Reserve? Using history as a guide, Macquarie says movements in the USD has been correlated with changes in the US... Read more
12h
The Washington Times
Barack Obama’s real debt and deficit legacy1.6 percent— which is why many people thought we were headed to another recessi
The Washington Times / Posted 12 hours ago
1.6 percent— which is why many people thought we were headed to another recession. No one thinks that today. If the latest Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta projections are right, we will have growth of 3.2 percent in the first quarter of this year —... Read more
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FOX Business
Jittery US bond market braces for supply waveNEW YORK (Reuters) - Bond investors, who have been on edge over signs of growin
FOX Business / Posted 12 hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bond investors, who have been on edge over signs of growing inflation and a possibly more aggressive Federal Reserve, will have their work cut out for them as the U.S. government seeks to sell $258 billion worth of debt this... Read more
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FOX Business
Jittery US bond market braces for supply waveNEW YORK (Reuters) - Bond investors, who have been on edge over signs of growin
FOX Business / Posted 12 hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bond investors, who have been on edge over signs of growing inflation and a possibly more aggressive Federal Reserve, will have their work cut out for them as the U.S. government seeks to sell $258 billion worth of debt this... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Productive purposehow much debt is safe? For government — and for business, too — explains Blind
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 13 hours ago
how much debt is safe? For government — and for business, too — explains Blinder, the former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, debt can grow at the same pace of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and not become worrisome. So, if the American... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why market volatility will returnand that has been underway for more than a year. But it's not just official ra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
and that has been underway for more than a year. But it's not just official rates impacting markets. Late last year the US Federal Reserve announced plans to begin reversing its great money printing program, so called Quantitative Easing. From... Read more
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Business Insider
There's a 'yellow light flashing' in the economy — and it poses a threat to the stock marketthree months of 2017 to a record $13.5 trillion, a fifth straight year of rises
Business Insider / Posted 17 hours ago
three months of 2017 to a record $13.5 trillion, a fifth straight year of rises, according to a report this week from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. "Maybe the US economy is in more trouble than people appreciate," Nielsen told Business... Read more
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The Washington Times
Unchecked government spending has consequences for allGreat War, and he financed American participation in that first world war using
The Washington Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Great War, and he financed American participation in that first world war using the new printing presses owned by the new Federal Reserve System. The $30 billion President Wilson borrowed from the Federal Reserve and others has been rolled over... Read more
20h
Business Insider
Homebuyers now have something else to be worried about besides the housing shortagehigher inflation, as the federal government stimulates the economy by cutting t
Business Insider / Posted 20 hours ago
higher inflation, as the federal government stimulates the economy by cutting taxes and raising spending. That means the Federal Reserve may have to raise borrowing costs to reduce the risk of consumer demand running too far ahead of what the... Read more
22h
KERA North Texas
Trump Administration's Latest Strike On CFPB: Budget Cutsto the agency over to the very people who are cheating consumers," Van Hollen s
KERA North Texas / Posted 22 hours ago
to the agency over to the very people who are cheating consumers," Van Hollen says. The CFPB gets its funding from the Federal Reserve, not Congress. But if Mulvaney tries to slash its budget, Mike Calhoun of the Center for Responsible Lending... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Trump Administration's Latest Strike On CFPB: Budget Cutsto the agency over to the very people who are cheating consumers," Van Hollen s
KPBS San Diego / Posted 22 hours ago
to the agency over to the very people who are cheating consumers," Van Hollen says. The CFPB gets its funding from the Federal Reserve, not Congress. But if Mulvaney tries to slash its budget, Mike Calhoun of the Center for Responsible Lending... Read more
23h
The Times of Northwest Indiana
Futures File: Inflation stokes gold buyingTo combat inflation, the U.S. Federal Reserve typically raises interest rates,
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 23 hours ago
To combat inflation, the U.S. Federal Reserve typically raises interest rates, inspiring investors to bet now on higher rates in the future. Stock traders initially dumped equities on fears that higher borrowing costs could hurt corporations, but... Read more
23h
Gulf News
IMF’s Lagarde warns on rate risk from US tax reformechoed concerns in financial markets which have been in turmoil amid fears that
Gulf News / Posted 23 hours ago
echoed concerns in financial markets which have been in turmoil amid fears that rising US inflation will trigger faster Federal Reserve interest rate rises than had previously been expected.Several key stock markets lost around 10 per cent last... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
At Tottenville HS, small-school attention and big-school opportunitiessaving for retirement by reducing discretionary expenses. The program includes
Staten Island Advance / Posted yesterday
saving for retirement by reducing discretionary expenses. The program includes trips to the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve Bank and the Philadelphia Mint. Steven Saliski lectures about retirement planning during a finance class at... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN DIARY: Everything you need to know about the week ahead for marketson extra significance in shaping the outlook for inflation and interest rates.
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
on extra significance in shaping the outlook for inflation and interest rates. Looking abroad, the minutes from the US Federal Reserve’s January 31 meeting will be closely watched for any indication of a change in its 2018 economic forecasts in... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Bastian, Bowers honored as Trusteesleadership positions across Southern Company. He was the 2016 chair of the Atla
Savannah Morning News / Posted yesterday
leadership positions across Southern Company. He was the 2016 chair of the Atlanta Committee for Progress, a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Energy Policy Council, the current chair of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wages to stay low as new enterprise agreements are lower than ones they replaceDayPublic holiday Tuesday 20/2/18EU: Consumer confidenceFeb: Tipped to dip, b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
DayPublic holiday Tuesday 20/2/18EU: Consumer confidenceFeb: Tipped to dip, but not alarmingly so Wednesday 21/2/18US: Federal Reserve minutesInsights into Feb 1 meeting. Another rate rise is getting closerUS: Manufacturing & composite PMIsFeb:... Read more
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FOX Business
Stock market's new 'wall Of worry' is built on inflation and rate fearseven though it has remained subdued for a long time. Even the latest data show
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
even though it has remained subdued for a long time. Even the latest data show that inflation is still below trend and the Federal Reserve's target of 2%. Higher inflation and subsequent higher borrowing costs can destabilize companies and... Read more
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FOX Business
Stock market's new 'wall Of worry' is built on inflation and rate fearseven though it has remained subdued for a long time. Even the latest data show
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
even though it has remained subdued for a long time. Even the latest data show that inflation is still below trend and the Federal Reserve's target of 2%. Higher inflation and subsequent higher borrowing costs can destabilize companies and... Read more
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The Washington Times
Democrats discovering cost of mindless resistance to Trump3 percent. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon recently predicted 4 percent growth
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
3 percent. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon recently predicted 4 percent growth for the U.S. economy this year. The Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank recent projected 5.4 percent economic growth for the first quarter of 2018. The economy continues to... Read more
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FOX Business
Even as markets shook, many investors held steadyStreet are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, ma
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Street are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, markets are bound to be jumpier given that the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates and slowly winding down the stimulus it put in place after the Great... Read more
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FOX Business
Even as markets shook, many investors held steadyStreet are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, ma
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
Street are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, markets are bound to be jumpier given that the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates and slowly winding down the stimulus it put in place after the Great... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Even as markets shook, many investors held steadyStreet are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, ma
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted yesterday
Street are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, markets are bound to be jumpier given that the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates and slowly winding down the stimulus it put in place after the Great... Read more
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The Janesville Gazette
Even as markets shook, many investors held steadyStreet are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, ma
The Janesville Gazette / Posted yesterday
Street are warning of continued volatility. After their unusually calm 2017, markets are bound to be jumpier given that the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates and slowly winding down the stimulus it put in place after the Great... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Trump’s new problem: There’s growing talk of a downturn in 2019fueling the belief that a downturn could hit in 2019. The thinking is that the
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
fueling the belief that a downturn could hit in 2019. The thinking is that the economy is likely to overheat, forcing the Federal Reserve to have to hike interest rates quickly to prevent inflation, where prices rise rapidly on everything from... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the Editor stuff? JONATHAN MOE SCRANTON Trump’s plan for Fed Editor: Now you can see w
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
stuff? JONATHAN MOE SCRANTON Trump’s plan for Fed Editor: Now you can see why President Trump wants to take over the Federal Reserve. Notice how the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other stock indexes lost ground recently? It’s partly... Read more
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Philly.com
What happened to Republican fiscal responsibilty?to the president’s: The Congressional Budget Office (CBO), which is the officia
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
to the president’s: The Congressional Budget Office (CBO), which is the official referee of legislative numbers, the Federal Reserve, and the Blue Chip Forecasting panel, which is made up of about fifty of the top private-sector economists in... Read more
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Gulf News
Wall Street Week Ahead — Stock volatility is back with a bang and here to staybasis since Feb. 6, the day the VIX peaked, according to ETF.com data.But thing
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
basis since Feb. 6, the day the VIX peaked, according to ETF.com data.But things may be a little different this time. The Federal Reserve is shrinking its balance sheet and raising interest rates. US corporate earnings could be the other factor to... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONstuff? JONATHAN MOE SCRANTON Trump’s plan for Fed Editor: Now you can see w
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
stuff? JONATHAN MOE SCRANTON Trump’s plan for Fed Editor: Now you can see why President Trump wants to take over the Federal Reserve. Notice how the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other stock indexes lost ground recently? It’s partly... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Corporate borrowing expected to stay hotThe U.S. tax overhaul is freeing up cash for companies, and the Federal Reserve
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
The U.S. tax overhaul is freeing up cash for companies, and the Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates, but chief financial officers are still eager to borrow, UBS Group strategists wrote this week. The Swiss bank and Wells Fargo both expect... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
After 20 years as a banker, man turns to art and celebrates his Chinese heritagecareer as a banker or lawyer. For two decades he followed that plan and landed
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 2 days ago
career as a banker or lawyer. For two decades he followed that plan and landed a high paying job as a data analyst for the Federal Reserve. That's until the day he picked up a paint brush at a local art class. "I was amazed how the paint looked... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Liberty Bank CEO Chandler Howard Named Boston Fed Board Membera part-time teller and rose to prominence in Connecticut’s financial services i
Hartford Courant / Posted 2 days ago
a part-time teller and rose to prominence in Connecticut’s financial services industry, has been named to the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Howard, 66, will serve as a “Class A” director and represent members banks on the board. The... Read more
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The Hill
Don't fear the inflation boogeymanenvironment ever since, despite several business cycles and periods of sub-4-pe
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
environment ever since, despite several business cycles and periods of sub-4-percent unemployment and surging wage gains. Federal Reserve policymakers should heed history’s recent lesson. With inflation having consistently surprised to the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Wanted: Debt or alive. What you need to know about financial markets todayare loading up on debt. Total consumer borrowing was up 5.5% to a record $3.8 t
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
are loading up on debt. Total consumer borrowing was up 5.5% to a record $3.8 trillion at the end of 2017, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, reports the Wall Street Journal (subscription required). But it’s different than the debt... Read more
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EuroNews
Fed sanctions former Barclays trader for alleged abuseWASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve on Friday said it was seeking to per
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve on Friday said it was seeking to permanently bar a former Barclays Bank employee from the banking business for allegedly manipulating foreign exchange trades. The Fed sought to bar Peter Little from the... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Inflation stokes gold-buyingpushing the yellow metal to $1,364 per ounce on Friday, near the highest level
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
pushing the yellow metal to $1,364 per ounce on Friday, near the highest level in 18 months. To combat inflation, the U.S. Federal Reserve typically raises interest rates, inspiring investors to bet now on higher rates in the future. Stock traders... Read more
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Business Insider
'THE FLOODGATES ARE OPEN': The US government is set to begin an unprecedented borrowing bingestimulus into the economy well into a period of recovery — a time when it's not
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
stimulus into the economy well into a period of recovery — a time when it's not desperately needed. Simultaneously, the Federal Reserve is on track to tighten the leash on the economy and on inflation by raising interest rates at least three... Read more
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The Manila Times
US Bancorp to pay $613Mserved with a federal subpoena, prosecutors said. The action against the bank
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
served with a federal subpoena, prosecutors said. The action against the bank was brought by the Justice Department, the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the Office of the Comptroller... Read more
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Swissinfo
Global Stocks Climb With Bonds as Dollar Reboundsyet at levels that would hinder equities as economic growth accelerates. While
Swissinfo / Posted 2 days ago
yet at levels that would hinder equities as economic growth accelerates. While a larger number of economists forecast the Federal Reserve to step up its pace of interest-rate increases, that’s providing scant support for the greenback. The U.S.’s... Read more
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EuroNews
Not so fast - Inflation may take a while to stirpolicy this year. Faced with robust U.S. growth and now a sudden huge amount o
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
policy this year. Faced with robust U.S. growth and now a sudden huge amount of fiscal stimulus in the pipeline, the Federal Reserve is likely to raise interest rates three times in 2018, with rising speculation around a fourth hike before... Read more
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Swissinfo
Equities Power Higher as Treasury Yields Declineyet at levels that would hinder equities as economic growth accelerates. While
Swissinfo / Posted 2 days ago
yet at levels that would hinder equities as economic growth accelerates. While a larger number of economists forecast the Federal Reserve to step up its pace of interest-rate increases, that’s not helping the greenback. The U.S.’s twin deficits... Read more
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