Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams said the shutdown and increased geopolitical uncertainties are weighing on growth.
Former Federal Reserve chairs and Nobel Laureate economists rally around a carbon tax to address climate change.
Contrary to popular belief, the Federal Reserve pays close attention to the stock market, according Dennis Gartman.
Policymakers at the U.S. central bank have taken a step back since their last rate hike of 2018.
The Federal Reserve affirmed its optimistic outlook for the U.S. economy in 2019.
Fed's Jay Powell Q&A was a missed opportunity.
White House worries the shutdown will hit U.S. economy as soon as next week
The chairman of the Federal Reserve said a lengthy partial government shutdown will show up in economic data.
It’s obvious that the FOMC statement was tweaked to align more closely with the Fed’s current message, according to former Dallas Fed adviser Danielle DiMartino Booth.
Federal Reserve officials expect a relatively “limited amount” of additional tightening in 2019, according to the December minutes.
The former Federal Reserve economist cited concern over a lengthy Senate confirmation process.
“Self-inflicting wounds” and external headwinds could slow further growth, El-Erian said.
Welcome to the brave new world of investing, where every day in the stock market can feel like bedlam.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate is down but not for long say experts.
Global stocks are jumping Friday as investors welcomed news of trade talks between the U.S. and China next week and the U.S. government reported a big increase in hiring in December.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says he will not resign if asked to do so by President Donald Trump.
Holtz-Eakin, who served as CBO director under former President George W. Bush, said the economy’s fundamentals remain strong despite market volatility.
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Powell seemingly acknowledged that despite strong economic data, investors are anxious after Wall Street experienced a rocky month in December
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said the U.S. central bank could stop raising interest rates if inflation doesn’t increase.