FOX Business takes a look at the upcoming events that are likely to move financial markets in the coming days.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen informed lawmakers Tuesday the federal government will reach its debt ceiling by Dec. 15, setting a timeline for what is expected to be a heated debate in Congress over raising the limit.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Sunday claimed that the end of inflation will depend on the pandemic and whether there is a “successful” response to COVID-19 by the Biden Administration.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has admitted that labor force participation is "quite depressed" compared to pre-pandemic levels, blaming COVID-19 for the issue.
FOX Business host Stuart Varney on inflation spiking as Congress aims to pass large spending bills.
Former Reagan Economist Art Laffer discusses the Biden administration’s handling of inflation as U.S. sees supply chain crunch
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen downplayed concerns Tuesday that inflation could spike to levels seen during an economic downturn in the 1970s, asserting that the Federal Reserve would act before a surge of that magnitude could occur.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Monday renewed her push for Congress to raise the debt ceiling before the U.S. government runs out of cash in early December, but she said Democrats should be willing to address the issue on their own if Republicans refuse to act in a bipartisan manner to avoid a first-ever debt default.
President Biden and other world leaders at the G20 Summit in Rome endorsed a global minimum tax on corporations.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's inflation views keep changing.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen predicted on Friday that a nearly $2 trillion White House spending initiative will help lower rising inflation amid concerns that another burst of government spending will act as an accelerant to already rapidly rising consumer prices.
The Biden administration is dispatching Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to pitch White House spending initiatives and quell growing public unrest about the state of the U.S. economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Treasury Department hired a former JPMorgan Chase executive to lead the agency's new program aimed at combating racial inequality issues in banking and other financial services industries.
Former Obama administration economic adviser Larry Summers fired back at Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Monday after she argued he was “wrong” to suggest the country faced a risk of out-of-control inflation.
FOX Business host Stuart Varney discusses the Democrats’ "desperation" to tax the rich
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Wednesday that U.S. employers, particularly those in the service sector, may need to boost pay in order to combat a worsening labor shortage, but said rising wages are a good thing for American workers.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told congressional leaders Monday she will extend extraordinary cash management measures to temporarily finance the U.S. government until Dec. 3, the new deadline for lawmakers to raise or suspend the debt ceiling or risk a first-ever default.
The Treasury Department on Thursday defended an incendiary proposal from President Biden to crack down on wealthy tax evaders by requiring banks to report more customer information on most Americans' accounts to the Internal Revenue Service.
Republicans say the treasury secretary's comments about the proposed IRS reporting requirement are technically correct but miss the point.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen continues to defend the Biden administration's proposed requirement for banks to report every transaction of $600 or more to the IRS, saying, "There's a lot of tax fraud and cheating that's going on."