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  • Market action reinforces need for policy patience: Fed's Rosengren

    BOSTON (Reuters) - The recent volatility in financial markets reinforces the need for the Federal Reserve to be patient with its policy stimulus and to clearly tie an eventual interest-rate rise to improving economic conditions, a top Fed policymaker told...
  • Fed committed to tailoring supervision for small banks: Powell

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve is committed to tailoring its supervisory practices for community banks as appropriate to reduce unnecessary burden, a top Fed official said on Monday. The central bank also needs to ensure smaller U.S. banks...
  • Fed's Fisher says market volatility shouldn't stop ending QE3: CNBC

    (Reuters) - Recent market volatility should not stop the Federal Reserve from ending its bond-buying program at the end of this month, a top Fed official said on Monday. "It hasn't changed my outlook one iota," Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher said in...
  • Business economists report solid but slowing growth in third quarter

    Business economists report solid but slowing growth in third quarter
    Business economists reported solid but slowing growth at their companies over the summer as gauges of sales, hiring and profit margins fell slightly from the second quarter, according to survey results released Monday. Despite concerns about economic...
  • Getting used to the 'new mediocre'

    LONDON (Reuters) - Evaporating inflation and slowing growth have put financial markets into such a spin that they could inflict further damage on the world economy. Until a dramatic selloff, exuberant markets had raced well ahead of the economies that...
  • Evans sticks with early 2016 as likely date for U.S. rate liftoff

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans said on Monday that he continues to see early 2016 as the likely date for the Fed to raise interest rates. "It would be the first quarter of 2016 because of the risk considerations,"...
  • Fed's Evans sees slow inflation rise, counsels patience on rate decision

    INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve should err on the side of caution in its coming decision about when to raise interest rates for fear of upending the U.S. recovery in a weak world economy, Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans said...
  • Fed official warns against raising interest rates 'prematurely'

    Fed official warns against raising interest rates 'prematurely'
    Even though a global slowdown threatens the U.S. recovery, the biggest risk facing the nation's economy would be decision by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates too soon, according to a top central bank policymaker. The Fed should be patient...
  • World economies warn of global risks, call for bold action

    World economies warn of global risks, call for bold action
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund's member countries on Saturday said bold action was needed to bolster the global economic recovery and they urged governments not to squelch growth by tightening budgets too drastically, although...
  • European stock funds worldwide post record $5.7 bln outflows -BofA

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors worldwide pulled a net $5.7 billion out of European stock funds in the week ended Oct. 15, their biggest weekly withdrawals on record, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report showed on Friday....
  • Citing U.S. values, Yellen says troubled by rise in economic inequality

    Citing U.S. values, Yellen says troubled by rise in economic inequality
    BOSTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Friday said the growth of economic inequality in the United States was not in keeping with American values and she hinted at a range of steps that could address it. With global stock markets...