You have searched for "Fed"

Showing 41-50 of 5992

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Selangor residents fed up with Pakatan infighting

PETALING JAYA: Selangor residents are fed up with the infighting within the Opposition and are demanding for an end to the state’s leadership tussle.


Many fed up with ‘inconsistent’ stand on English

PETALING JAYA: Many Malaysians are fed up with the “inconsistent” stand on the use of English in schools, which they say is one reason that command of the language among students is below par.


Immigration D-G: Detainees treated humanely, fed proper food

KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department has refuted allegations that detainees were placed in inhumane conditions and fed with “stale and burnt food good for swines”.


CORRECTED - FEATURE - Deserted shopping mall symbol of Fed bailout

(Corrects 2nd paragraph to show that mall is at junction of Interstates 240 and 35, instead of Interstates 244 and 35)


FEATURE - Deserted shopping mall bleak symbol of Fed bailout

OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in a partially deserted shopping center on a bleak spot on the south side of Oklahoma City.


Fed mulled balance sheet expansion in September

WASHINGTON (Reuters): Federal Reserve officials mulled a fresh round of bond purchases among other policy tools to ease financial conditions at their last meeting in September, minutes released on Wednesday showed.


Different this time? Trump candidacy could weigh on Fed thinking

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump's rise to de-facto Republican nominee for president poses an unusually high level of uncertainty for investors and businesses, potentially weighing on the economy and the Federal Reserve's plan to raise interest rates this year.


Geithner, New York Fed defend actions on AIG payments

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner denied any role in disclosures about American International Group's payments to banks and defended his decisions as New York Federal Reserve chief to pay full price to retire AIG credit default swaps.


Americans say keep politics out of the Fed - poll

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Most Americans don't know who runs the Federal Reserve, but they do believe that elected officials should stay out of its business, according to a Reuters-Ipsos poll.