The U.S. Federal Reserve should "proceed cautiously" with interest rate increases, keeping a "keen eye on the data" so as to raise rates far enough to prevent overheating but not so far that it short-circuits economic growth, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said on Thursday.
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho With the U.S. economy at or beyond full employment and inflation likely to rise slightly above a 2 percent goal over the next year, the Federal Reserve should continue to raise rates gradually, its newest policymaker said Monday -- but not necessarily next month.
SAN FRANCISCO On Thursday, the Federal Reserve surprised no one with a decision to leave interest rates unchanged. Aside from a short statement, it had nothing more to say.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 8 This week marks the last
time Federal Reserve policymakers will set interest rates at a
regular policy meeting and not follow it up with a lengthy press
conference by the chief of the U.S. central bank to explain and
perhaps defend the decision.
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San Francisco/Berlin Während Kritik des US-Präsidenten auf ihn einprasselt, sucht Notenbankchef Jerome Powell verstärkt den Kontakt zum Parlament.
WASHINGTON With U.S. stocks well down from their record highs in September and key elections less than two weeks away, President Donald Trump has stepped up his criticism of the Federal Reserve's interest rate increases and of Jerome Powell, the man he picked to lead the central bank.
SAN FRANCISCO Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell intensified his outreach to U.S. lawmakers over the summer, a review of his public calendar shows, even as President Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on the Fed and on Powell himself.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 24 Federal Reserve Chairman
Jerome Powell intensified his outreach to U.S. lawmakers over
the summer, a review of his public calendar shows, even as
President Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on the Fed and on