Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting told Yahoo Finance that he is all ears on public feedback to a proposal to reform lending laws under the Community Reinvestment Act.
A plunge in equity markets on Monday boosted market expectations for the Fed to cut interest rates to insulate the U.S. economy from the effects of the Coronavirus.
IMF Chief Economist Gita Gopinath told Yahoo Finance on Monday that the virus could become a global pandemic but said she could see a scenario where the economy impact is only temporary.
About 42% of respondents in a survey of business economists said markets are not differentiating if the Fed's asset purchases are quantitative easing or not.
A panel of economists now say that a recession is less likely than the same panel forecast last year, adding that the Fed has policy right at the moment.
The Federal Reserve's reaction function to financial markets is in view as policymakers ponder using new tools to battle the next downturn.
Former CFTC Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo says private and public players need to team up on creating a U.S. central bank-issued digital currency.
Analysts say the Morgan Stanley and E-Trade tie-up is a matter of survival in a brokerage industry crushed by technology-driven trends in retail investing.
Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said Tuesday that the economy is "likely at or past" full employment, hinting at a weaker case for lowering rates.
Some GOP senators expressed worry over Judy Shelton's nomination for an open seat at the Federal Reserve, which could jeopardize the Trump nominee's chances at confirmation.
The country's second largest city is scrambling to figure out ways to pay their existing employees and retrain prospective employees to fuel the labor market.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell told Congress that Coronavirus concerns are not enough to knock the Fed off of its stance on interest rates, adding that the expansion does not look "unsustainable."
The heads of the San Francisco and Philadelphia Fed said they felt comfortable with rates where they are now, despite fears over the Coronavirus outbreak.
Fed Vice Chairman Randal Quarles said he is "optimistic" about the economic outlook despite Coronavirus risks. He also floated possible bank changes to bank rules.
The Fed is proposing changes to a key post-crisis regulation known as the "Volcker rule" that would expand bank activity in venture capital funding and securitized loan markets.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell said Wednesday that it is "hard to say" if the Fed's T-bill purchases are affecting risk assets.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the Coronavirus is likely to affect China's economy "in the short term" but says it is too soon to judge its impact to the US or global economy.
The Federal Reserve held rates steady in its first policy-setting meeting of 2020, changing little in its economic outlook as the U.S. economy continues to extend its longest expansion on record.
The Fed is not expected to make any move on interest rates in its first policy-setting of 2020, which could shift attention to the central bank's balance sheet.
A breakdown of the 100 Fed-related tweets sent by President Donald Trump since he nominated Jay Powell to lead the central bank.
Despite accounts of a strong U.S. consumer, local businesses slumped in 2019 based on data from the business review site Yelp.
Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo says it is "naive" to advocate for fossil fuel divestment, days after 17-year-old activist Greta Thunberg called on the world's elite to do so.
A cohort of central banks said Thursday that a fifth of the world's population could see central bank-issued cryptocurrencies in the next three years.