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This Silver and gold futures are lower a day ahead of the next public appearance of the new chief of the Federal Reserve. The actively traded March contract for silver fell 71 cents, or 3 percent, to $21.25 an ounce. Gold for April delivery declined $
The ones to pay attention to for the U.S. are Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen's testimony before the Senate banking committee and the first revision to GDP. For the worldwide economy, inflation numbers for Japan and the EU are worth watching.
Business economists are almost equally divided over whether the Federal Reserve will pare back bond purchases at the current pace through year's end or take a small breather to let the economy recover further. The views were unveiled Monday by the
But the coming week could throw markets a few more curve balls to deal with. New Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen returns to Capitol Hill on Thursday to update the Senate Banking Committee on the outlook for the U.S. economy and monetary policy.
The morning after Janet Yellen gives her first comments on her outlook as the new Fed chair, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has also adapted his 'forward guidance'. Joanna Partridge takes a critical look at what those guidance policies mean and
Transcripts from 2008 show the Fed's Janet Yellen was an early supporter of using a variety of policy tools aggressively to combat a feared U.S. recession. The prolonged recession, the deepest and darkest economic slide since the Great Depression,
Janet Yellen Testifying before Congress last Tuesday, new Federal Reserve chairwoman Yellen told representatives that the U.S. economy is not yet ready for increased interest rates. Claiming that the Fed has a responsibility to aim for maximum
TWO suburban small business owners have met the world's most powerful central banker on the sidelines of the Group of 20 finance ministers meeting...Dr Yellen, who is attending her first G20 finance ministers meeting, was pleased with the meeting and
After the S&P 500 slipped on Friday and broke a two-week rally, stocks may find tougher sledding in the coming week as investors may be unwilling to push the benchmark index to a record high. The Standard & Poor's 500 has risen 3 percent over
1,836.2 (-3.5, -0.2%) Nasdaq: 4,263.1 (-4.3, -0.1%) And now the top stories: We got another disappointing housing report today. Existing home sales fell 5.1% month-over-month in January to an annualized rate of 4.62 million.