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San Francisco Fed's John Williams is leading candidate for New York Fed President position: Wall Street Journal
San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams is the front runner to become the next President of the New York Fed, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. The New York Fed board recommended Williams to replace incumbent president William ...
San Francisco Fed's John Williams Is Front Runner to Serve as New York Fed PresidentWall Street Journal

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Federal Reserve Interest-Rate Decision—Live Analysis
Wall Street Journal
Investors quickly digested Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting and are now fretting about a brewing trade war, said Ira Epstein, a broker at the Linn Group. Investors are concerned about the tariffs and restrictions the Trump administration may impose ...
Opinion: The Federal Reserve is making a huge policy mistakeMarketWatch
Federal Reserve Raises Rates – and Forecasts Steeper Hikes as Economy SoarsFortune
Fed still expects 3 rate hikes this year, but will pick up the pace in 2019CNBC
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Fed's Bostic: Fed 'at or near' goals, further rate hikes needed
With the U.S. economy now at or near the Federal Reserve's goals of full employment and 2-percent inflation, the U.S. central bank should continue raising interest rates gradually over the next couple of years, a Fed policymaker said on Friday. "If the ...
What the Fed's interest rate hike means for mortgage ratesBankrate.com
Fed policymakers say they are watching trade risks closelyReuters
Atlanta Fed head: Knoxville outlook goodKnoxville News Sentinel
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Behind the curve at the Federal Reserve
American Enterprise Institute
History will not judge Janet Yellen's Federal Reserve kindly should U.S. inflation accelerate in the months ahead as is all too likely to occur. At a time when there was every reason last year for the Fed to be accelerating the pace at which it was ...
Unpopular view: The Fed is still dovish about full employment ...MarketWatch
Opinion: Behind the Curve at the Federal ReserveLima Ohio
Powell plays it low-keyWilkes Barre Times-Leader

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5 things Federal Reserve interest rate hike means for your wallet
This is the first rate hike of 2018 but it's not the last, according to economists. Another two or three rate hikes are anticipated for this year, according to Robert Dye, chief economist for Comerica Bank. “Higher interest rates are negatives for most ...


Cramer's playbook for Wednesday's defining Federal Reserve meeting
"Now, a 3 percent yield, we've discovered, ... won't protect you if rates keep creeping higher, as anyone who owns the stock of the food conglomerate Kraft Heinz knows after the stock's recent breakdown to an almost 4 percent yield," the "Mad Money ...

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Stocks close lower after Fed hikes rates, upgrades economic outlook
U.S. stocks whipsawed on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve upgraded its economic outlook and increased interest rates. The central bank also increased its rate-hike forecast for next year. The Dow Jones industrial average closed 44.96 points lower at ...
Stocks end modestly lower after Fed hikes rates; energy upReuters
Stocks jump after Fed sees strong US economy; oil prices riseThe Sydney Morning Herald

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Dollar slides to one-week low after Federal Reserve raises rates
The dollar fell after the Federal Reserve's first interest rate hike in 2018, after initially paring losses from early morning trading. The dollar index, which tracks the greenback versus a basket of six currencies, lost 0.65 percent, to 89.78. The ...

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The bond yield curve is flattening and that could halt the Fed
The Federal Reserve might be sounding the hawkish call, but a developing pattern in the bond market could cause it to pump the brakes, says one market watcher. The yield curve, which tracks the difference between longer- and shorter-term bond yields ...

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US economy: Federal Reserve won't mention potential trade wars
The Fed is expected to upgrade its view of the economy when it meets this week, but it's unlikely to publicly discuss one of the bigger risks for the economy — potential trade wars.

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