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Fed's Kocherlakota again says Fed should not hike rates until 2016   - 13 Hours ago
(Reuters) - The Federal Reserve should not raise interest rates until at least next year, Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota said on Tuesday. Kocherlakota, in remarks
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Kocherlakota: Fed Shouldn''t Raise Rates in 2015   - 13 Hours ago
The Federal Reserve shouldn't raise its benchmark short-term interest rate in 2015, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Narayana Kocherlakota reiterated Tuesday. The U.S. central bank "can
  
    




Kocherlakota Reiterates Fed Shouldn't Raise Rates in 2015   - 13 Hours ago
The Federal Reserve shouldn't raise its benchmark short-term interest rate in 2015, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Narayana Kocherlakota reiterated Tuesday. central bank "can best achieve
  
    



The Texas Miracle And The Federal Reserve 'Put'   - 17 Hours ago
Texas had a few nice years there. Economic growth was soaring and employment booming, and fortunes were multiplying and tax receipts cruising. On that last item, tax receipts, really cruising. For the
  
    



Wall St. stumbles on weak trade data; investors eye Fed   - 19 Hours ago
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks sagged in afternoon trading on Tuesday after a surprisingly wide March U.S. trade deficit suggested that the economy contracted in the first quarter. Despite a rally of more
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Ron Insana: Jobs report may tip the Fed's hand   - 21 Hours ago
Friday's jobs report could very well be a tipping point in determining the timing of the 's first rate hike. Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans warned that if job growth fell below
  
    


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Fed Research Paper: Everyone Wants Corporate Bonds, and That Could Hurt the Economy   - 22 Hours ago
It's no secret that credit spreads, or the difference between U.S. Treasury and corporate debt yields, have been trending ever lower. Credit spreads - Federal Reserve working paper Investors around
  
    



Treasury Volatility Rises to 1-Month High as Fed Considers Rates   - 5/5/2015
(Bloomberg) -- Price swings in the Treasury market are the widest in a month as investors debate the relative value of U.S. government securities while the Federal Reserve prepares to raise interest rates.
  
    



Getting Rich Depends on More Than College Degree, Fed Finds   - 5/5/2015
(Bloomberg Business) -- With graduation season around the corner, more than a few U.S. families are probably wondering just how much that college degree will be worth. There's little doubt education
  
    


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Dollar Bucks Up Despite Fed Rate Hike Uncertainty   - 5/5/2015
Follow Comments Following Comments Unfollow Comments The U.S. dollar bounced back against the euro and several other currencies on Tuesday, making small gains following a volatile April that saw
  
    



The RBA just passed the baton on the Aussie dollar to the US Federal Reserve   - 5/5/2015
The Reserve Bank of Australia cut the official cash rate to 2% this afternoon but after an initial sell-off, the Aussie dollar has rallied hard . The reason it’s now above 79 cents, and more than a
  
    



Yellen met with firm that leaked Fed information   - 5/5/2015
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen delivers remarks at the Federal Reserve's ninth biennial Community Development Research Conference focusing on economic mobility in Washington April 2, 2015. Reuters/Yuri
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Justice Department Investigates 2012 Leak of Fed Policy Debate   - 5/5/2015
The U.S. Department of Justice has joined an investigation into a leak of confidential Federal Reserve information in 2012, escalating a probe that has drawn scrutiny from members of Congress in both
  
    



Fed chief says her name is on list given to House panel in leak investigation   - 5/5/2015
Federal Reserve Chair Janet L. Yellen said Monday that her name is on a list handed over to the House Committee on Financial Services in its probe of whether the central bank officials leaked information
  
    



DoubleLine's Gundlach Doesn't Expect Fed Rate Increase in 2015   - 15 Hours ago
Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of investment firm DoubleLine Capital, said on Tuesday he believes the U.S. Federal Reserve will probably not raise interest rates this year, in part because of a lack
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Corporate Debt Issues and FOMC Statement Weigh on Bond Yields   - 16 Hours ago
High-Grade Corporates Wait and Watch During Policy Week (Part 1 of 5) FOMC statement leads to rise in yields The US central bank’s FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) met last week and released its
  
    



Wall St. ends lower on weak trade data; investors eye Fed   - 17 Hours ago
"A negative number is scary for the market," said Alan Gayle, senior investment strategist and director of asset allocation at RidgeWorth Investments. With corporate earnings season winding down, U.S.
  
    



Inflation bets renew enthusiam of gold bugs   - 17 Hours ago
A glimmer of hope is emerging for gold bugs from something Americans haven't seen much of in quite a while: inflation. Sure, US consumer prices have been mostly subdued since the financial crisis - the
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S&P's Blitzer: Unpredictable Fed Rate-Hikes May Spark 'Substantial Pullback'   - 20 Hours ago
Global sentiment could be harmed if the Federal Reserve beings to hike interest rates too quickly and embarks on an unpredictable schedule, warns David Blitzer, chairman of the index committee at S&P
  
    



Corporate Earnings, FOMC Drive Financial Markets in May 1 Week   - 22 Hours ago
High-Yield Bond Issuance Drops, Leveraged Loans Scale New Heights (Part 1 of 6) US equities end down for week ended May 1 US equity markets fell in the week ended May 1, 2015. The S&P 500 index, tracked
  
    



FOMC Statement, Risk-On Sentiment Push Treasury Yields Higher   - 22 Hours ago
Treasury Yields Rise as Most Note Auctions See Robust Demand (Part 1 of 9) Secondary market Treasury yields trended mixed in the week ending May 1, 2015. While those securities maturing up to 6 months
  
    



Stanford's John Taylor: Bernanke Is Wrong in Critique of Rules-Based Monetary Policy   - 23 Hours ago
Stanford University economist John Taylor thinks former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is off base in his recent criticism of rules-based monetary policy. Bernanke's criticism, which came in
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Federal Reserve rate hikes could knock eurozone recovery off course, EC warns   - 5/5/2015
Low oil prices and European Central Bank QE has helped Europe enjoy its best economic spring in years The eurozone’s economic power will be boosted by a cocktail of low oil prices and quantitative easing,
  
    



Yellen: Fed Cooperating with Probe on Leak   - 5/5/2015
US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen on Monday said the central bank was cooperating with authorities over the alleged leak of confidential information in 2012 ahead of a crucial meeting of the
  
    



Should the Fed be watching 'House of Cards'?   - 5/5/2015
copyright STEPHEN CHERNIN/Reuters/Corbis The Federal Reserve's goals with interest rate policy are to bring the economy to "maximum employment" while keeping prices stable. The Fed's rate-setters recently
  
    
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