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WASHINGTON: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has ordered a sweeping review of the ethics rules governing financial holdings and dealings by senior officials at the U.S. central bank, a Fed spokesperson said on Thursday.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets mostly rose Friday (Aug 27) ahead of a much-anticipated speech by Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell on plans for tapering monetary policy with some top bank officials calling for a move within months.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Federal Reserve's hawkish wing used the day before a marquee speech by Fed Chair Jerome Powell to urge the central bank to begin paring bond purchases they feel have become ineffective, it not downright harmful.
NEW YORK: Global equity markets slipped on Thursday, while U.S. Treasury yields dipped after reaching two-week highs after two hawkish Federal Reserve officials called for the U.S. central bank to start ending its bond-buying program
After six years of trial and error, the Miros family is today South Africa's number one Perigord grower and supplier, with almost 100ha of truffle orchards planted not only in the Cederberg region but also in other pockets of the country with similar climates.
WASHINGTON: Federal Reserve officials felt their employment benchmark for decreasing support for the economy "could be reached this year," but appeared to disagree on other key aspects of where monetary policy should turn next in the transition from the pandemic crisis, according to minutes from last month's policy meeting.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks dropped on Friday to pull further from record highs as an underwhelming earnings report from Amazon.com Inc dampened the market mood, while the dollar bounced from its lows but still suffered its worst week in nearly two months.
WASHINGTON: A strengthening U.S. economy was spinning off broad-based job gains through early July that were particularly strong for lower-skilled occupations, the Federal Reserve reported Wednesday in its latest Beige Book compendium of reports about the economy.
WASHINGTON: The United States Federal Reserve (Fed) might consider an interest-rate hike from near zero as soon as late 2022 as the labour market reaches full employment and inflation is at the central bank’s goal, Fed Bank of Boston president Eric Rosengren said.
As Federal Reserve policymakers begin an intense debate over when they should begin to pull back some of the massive support they are delivering to the economy, they are split over what poses the bigger risk: a still-large jobs deficit or a potential inflation shock.