FOMC Vice Chairman: Fed Should Hold Off on Rate Hike
The influential vice chairman of the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee says hiking rates too early is riskier than being "a bit late."
Fed’s Yellen: Rate Hike Not Likely Coming Soon
FOMC will consider a rate hike on a "meeting-by-meeting basis," Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen tells the Senate Banking Committee.
Many Fed Officials Were Inclined to Keep Zero Rates Longer
FOMC meeting minutes showed diverging views over when the first increase may be appropriate.
Bill Gross Expects Yellen to Save US From Crisis of Capitalism
The Janus Capital manager worries that without the Fed chairwoman’s planned rate hikes, investors would just stuff their money in mattresses.
Long Live the Dollar; a Smarter Way to Buy Gold and More: Gartman, Yusko
An Inside ETFs session with Dennis Gartman and Mark Yusko called “The Great Fed Debate” contained surprisingly little disagreement but many astute insights.
Housing Market May Never Recover
Despite government aid, rock-bottom interest rates and enthusiastic overseas buyers, housing may never spring back to its pre-recession levels.
Roubini: Obama Is Right; Gold Bugs Are Wrong
At Davos, the economist warns that deflation is a bigger threat than inflation and calls for higher taxes on the wealthy.
Optimistic Fed Said Rate Rise Unlikely Before April
The Fed confirmed that being “patient” on interest rates means no increase before late April.
Why Wall Street (Still) Hates Bonds
Investors should consider the gains missed by listening to "expert predictions," Ron DeLegge writes.
U.S. Bond Sentiment Worst Since Disastrous ’09
Experts say 10-year yields could top 3% in 2015, twice the level forecast for 2014.