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  1. The Federal Reserve must be on the lookout for financial imbalances given the usual timing of fiscal policy stimulus, said Fed Governor Lael Brainard on Friday. It was “unusual” to have ...

  2. The bond market is indicating that the U.S. economy could be hovering around a recession, which in turn would mean that fewer interest rate hikes are needed ahead, Minneapolis Fed President ...

  3. US Open champion Sloane Stephens will open play for the U.S. Fed Cup team against 122nd-ranked Pauline Parmentier of France in the Fed Cup semifinals.

  4. The yield curve, a measure of short-term and long-term US Treasury bond rates, is flattening as investors prepare for the Fed to raise interest rates to keep the economy from overheating ...

  5. The Fed’s verdict: The Beige Book reported activity remained at “a modest to moderate pace” in March and early April, the same rate as earlier in the year. There were widespread concerns ...

  6. Instead, worry that even modest inflation could compel the Fed to undertake a late-cycle acceleration in the pace of tightening. Inflation is rebounding in line with the Fed’s ...

  7. It's 24 years since Great Britain's women last contested a Fed Cup World Group tie, although that is very recent history to the residents of the Black Sea resort they find themselves ...

  8. As Great Britain seek to end a 25-year wait to reach the Fed Cup World Group, BBC Sport speaks to three of the women who last played top-tier team tennis.

  9. Fed Survey Finds Worries About Higher Tariffs

    US News & World Report3 days ago

    The Fed reported Wednesday that the economic outlook remains positive with growth continuing at a moderate pace in the central bank's 12 regions. The report, known as the beige book, ...

  10. Fed Officials Dispel Specter of Deflation

    The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    A hallmark fear of the post-financial crisis era—a Japan-like drift downward in consumer prices—has disappeared. But a recession could bring back deflation worry at the Fed.

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