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    1. Any of the five candidates Trump is considering for Fed chairman risk some uncomfortable moments before lawmakers. Trump is expected to make a final decision by Nov. 3, choosing between ...

    2. The Wall Street Journal said conservative Fed critics have an ally in Pence, who sat in on Trump’s interview with Taylor. Pence in Congress favored eliminating the Fed’s dual mandate ...

    3. Fed Watch

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      President Donald Trump is about to select a new Federal Reserve chair. Whether it's Jerome Powell, Kevin Warsh, or even current head Janet Yellen, the choice will mark a shift in Trump's tenure ...

    4. President Donald Trump’s closest advisers are steering him toward choosing either Stanford economist John Taylor or Federal Reserve Board Governor Jerome Powell to be the next Fed chief, according to several people familiar with the process.

    5. Trump is considering asking her to stay on but has also interviewed three candidates to succeed her: current Fed governor Jerome Powell, former Fed governor Kevin Warsh and Stanford ...

    6. Stock Futures Rally as Washington Moves Closer to Tax Reform; Powell Favored for Top Spot At Fed By MT Newswires, MT Newswires October 20, 2017 | 09:08AM Photo: Shutterstock Stock futures ...

    7. The Fed’s verdict: The Federal Reserve said the pace of growth in the U.S. was “split between modest and moderate” in its latest snapshot of the economy known as the Beige Book. The report ...

    8. Asian shares pushed higher Friday on investor optimism over the global outlook despite uncertainties over the outcome of political events in China and Japan and speculation over Trump's choice for the next Fed chief.

    9. Yellen would signal confidence in her handling of central-bank policy and the economy, including her slow and cautious unwinding of the Fed’s crisis-era stimulus policies. It also would ...

    10. Factory activity in the Mid-Atlantic surprised to the upside in October, the Philadelphia Fed said.

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