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WASHINGTON: Federal Reserve officials are showing surprise at just how much the recently-enacted tax cuts are boosting the US economy. But they’re still not impressed enough to lift estimates for long-term growth, a stance that puts them at odds with the White House
(Reuters) - The Philadelphia Eagles' first Super Bowl victory set off rowdy celebrations in Philadelphia as people who poured into the streets set at least one fire and damaged property early on Monday, images on social media showed.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Stansfield Turner, a Navy admiral and Rhodes Scholar who was Director of Central Intelligence under President Jimmy Carter, died on Jan. 18 at home in Seattle, Washington. He was 94.
WASHINGTON: U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers showed worry over the fate of currently low inflation and saw recent tax changes as providing a boost to consumer spending, according to the minutes of the U.S. central bank's last policy meeting on Dec. 12-13 released on Wednesday
NEW YORK: The U.S. dollar advanced against key currencies on Wednesday after the release of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting, while world shares smashed records and Wall Street closed higher on investor optimism in the new year.
Central bank’s credibility shoots up in the bond market’s eyes
It was a week of contrasts. While Trump faced serious political setbacks in Washington last week, Xi launched his major Belt and Road initiative in Beijing.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Republican-backed Senate rule change expected on Thursday could make it more likely that presidents will pick ideologically extreme U.S. Supreme Court nominees with little incentive to choose centrist justices, experts said.
THE US economy entered 2017 with a solid head of steam, driven by consumer spending and a pickup in business investment. President Donald Trump’s stoking of trade tensions puts that momentum at risk.
80’s rock band Dinosaur Jr proves it is still going strong with its 10th studio album.