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Former CBO Director Doug Holtz-Eakin weighs in on the Fed rate hike decision and the bank of Japan's stimulus.
Japanese stocks rallied after the Bank of Japan surprised markets by adopting a target for long-term interest rates in an overhaul of its massive monetary stimulus program.
CEOs say the U.S. economy could be doing better if stronger policies get enacted.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, (D-NY), on the bill passed by the House of Representatives allowing families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
The Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow Peter Brookes on North Korea's latest nuclear test.
'The Coming Collapse of China' author Gordon Chang on North Korea's latest nuclear test.
Former UN Ambassador with the American Enterprise Institute John Bolton discusses China's role in North Korea's nuclear test.
Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) weighs in on North Korea's nuclear test.
Stocks dropped sharply Friday and traded near session lows following hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials and a slump in oil prices hit energy shares.
North Korea expert Dr. Bruce Bechtol on North Korea's nuclear test.
Stocks in Europe and Asia started the week higher, helped by a rise in oil prices and expectations that the Federal Reserve would keep interest rates on hold for longer.
New York Fed Head Dudley sends a warning signal to owners of U.S. government debt.
Japan's economic growth ground to a halt in April-June as weak exports and shaky domestic demand prompted companies to cut spending.
Investorplace.com Executive Director Jeff Reeves discusses investing in Pokemon GO and gives his outlook for Japanese markets.
Former Wells Fargo CEO and Chairman Richard Kovacevich offers market insight and comments on the Fed's decision not to raise rates in July.
President Obama on how the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) benefits the U.S. economy.
The Bank of Japan announced a modest dose of stimulus Friday in a sign that it may be running up against the limits of monetary policy.
The Federal Reserve might have limited its language around last month’s volatile Brexit vote but Bill Gross said it’s only just the beginning a revolution of sorts.
The Fed will likely set the near-term tone for treasuries.