The U.S. economy likely slowed significantly in the first three months of the year, though economists foresee a sharp rebound in the current April-June quarter.
The European Union says economic sentiment across the 19-country eurozone is at its highest level for nearly a decade, the latest signal that the region's recovery has moved up a gear or two.
The U.S. Federal Reserve on Thursday fined Deutsche Bank AG $156.6 million for violating foreign exchange rules and running afoul of the Volcker Rule.
The Federal Reserve could streamline the stress-testing process for banks and might consider making banks submit plans less frequently for how they would handle bankruptcy, Fed Governor Jerome Powell said on Thursday.
The U.S. economy expanded at a modest-to-moderate pace between mid-February and the end of March, but inflation pressures remained in check despite more difficulties in attracting and retaining workers, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday.
A former top Treasury Department official in the George W. Bush administration is expected to be President Donald Trump's pick for a top financial regulatory post at the Federal Reserve.
Empty nesters may become a dying breed as the U.S. faces a housing shortage.
Former Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser discussed the state of the US economy and the potential impact of President Trump’s policies as well as the shift in Federal Reserve policy.
San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams said on Tuesday the U.S. central bank should raise interest rates three or four times this year, and begin to trim the Fed's multitrillion-dollar balance sheet in late 2017.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Monday that the central bank is close to achieving its goals on employment and inflation.
The Federal Reserve plans to raise U.S. interest rates gradually so as to sustain healthy growth without letting the economy overheat, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Monday.
U.S. taxpayers will have to bail out the nation’s biggest banks when the next crisis hits unless Congress or the Federal Reserve takes action according to Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari.
The U.S. Federal Reserve could begin winding down its massive balance sheet sometime later this year in a shift that would make it less necessary to raise the official funds rate.
As the battered retail sector again bled jobs last month, U.S. hiring hit its slowest pace in ten months. But an unexpected drop in the unemployment rate coupled with continued wage growth pointed to a labor market that’s still tightening.
Alongside continued rate rises, the Federal Reserve is likely to begin trimming the $4.5 trillion in bonds on its balance sheet later this year, minutes from the central bank’s March meeting showed on Wednesday.
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Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey Lacker said he was stepping down effective Tuesday in a letter that revealed his involvement in an alleged 2012 leak of confidential Fed information.
Federal Reserve officials are zeroing in on a strategy to begin winding down their $4.5 trillion portfolio of mortgage and Treasury securities, possibly later this year, as part of their broader effort to drain reservoirs of stimulus out of the financial system.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard believes that three more rate hikes would be “overkill” for the economy.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said even though the economy shows “consistent” and “encouraging” signs, “housing still isn’t quite back.”