The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, one of the nation's top banking regulators, is telling bank boards and management to monitor their relationships in the leveraged loan market.
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said Thursday that monetary policy has not "provided as much stimulus as the economy required" in this recovery.
New data from the New York Fed show lower expectations for inflation in the future, continuing the central bank's concern with "running below" its 2% target.
Amid a tight labor market, universities are getting choosier about who they are admitting to their graduate program. And the trend sent shares of 2U, an education technology provider, down over 25% on Wednesday.
The New York Fed says the narrowing spread between the 3-month and 10-year Treasurys shows a 27% chance of a recession within the next year.
Economist John Taylor, once considered to be Fed chair, said the economy could withstand 3% interest rates but said he supports the central bank being on pause for the moment.
With rates so close to zero, Fed officials are wondering if they have enough tools to battle the next crisis. Some say now is the time for negative interest rate policy.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the Fed is not seeing "any evidence at all of overheating," suggesting that there may not be much pressure for a rate hike at the moment.
Ahead of the May 1 meeting, chatter is building over an "insurance cut" where the Federal Reserve cuts rate to get ahead of a possible recession.
A strong GDP report was tempered by a low reading on inflation, which bolsters the Fed's case for holding rates steady in its May 1 policysetting meeting.
President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday and criticized the Federal Reserve again for "quantitative tightening," the central bank's effort to undo its asset purchases during the financial crisis.
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Following mixed earnings results from the big banks, investors face a conundrum: embrace the promise of beating estimates at the risk of slower growth?
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard told Yahoo Finance that the central bank couldn't "sugar coat" its complicated dovish rate hike in December of 2018.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard says he hasn’t “lost confidence yet” in the prospects for the U.S. economy, adding that he expects “better news” in the data through the second quarter of this year.
Fewer small businesses expect to hire more employees in 2019, as they also reported raising prices on consumers amid higher costs.
The Fed has a reputation for near-unanimous decisions on everything. But recent regulatory changes show that there is a diversity of opinion coming from one outspoken Fed governor.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said in his annual letter that his company is "always prepared" to deal with the next recession — whenever it comes.