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  • Goldman sees Fed raising rates faster than market expectations

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs analysts said on Wednesday the U.S. Federal Reserve, once it begins to tighten monetary policy, would raise short-term interest rates faster and to higher levels than current market expectations. The New York-based Wall...
  • Peters describes Fed approach to hikes as 'later, lower, longer'

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Greg Peters, who helps manage more than $534 billion in assets as senior portfolio manager at Prudential Fixed Income, a unit of Prudential Investment, said on Wednesday the Federal Reserve will raise benchmark interest rates later in...
  • U.S. TIPS breakeven rates fall further after FOMC minutes

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. bond market's gauges of inflation expectations fell to their lowest in more than a month on Wednesday after minutes of the Federal Reserve's October meeting suggested the U.S. central bank remained on track to raise...
  • Senate probe says Goldman, other banks exploited commodity markets

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A two-year Senate investigation into Wall Street's physical commodities business found that U.S. banks had manipulated prices and gained unfair trading advantages at the expense of consumers. While the detailed report was critical...
  • Fed focused on sunny side, downplayed global woes in October

    Fed focused on sunny side, downplayed global woes in October
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve wrestled with whether to nod to financial market volatility and a weakening global economy in its policy statement last month, but opted not to out of worry it could send an unwarranted signal of pessimism....
  • Highlights Day 3: Credit ratings shunned; yields to stay low

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Following are some of the highlights from Day 3 of the Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit, where investors spoke on topics such as the direction of Federal Reserve policy and their best investing plays for 2015. MARTIN...
  • AutoNation's Jackson moves up on Federal Reserve's Atlanta board

    AutoNation's Jackson moves up on Federal Reserve's Atlanta board
    AutoNation chief executive Mike Jackson is elevating his role yet again at the Federal Reserve Bank, this time becoming deputy chair of its board of directors for the U.S. southeast region. Jackson joined the nine-member board of the regional Federal...
  • Senior Senate Democrat wants NY Fed chief to be presidential appointee

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior Democratic senator has introduced legislation that would make the head of the New York Federal Reserve Bank a presidential appointee subject to Senate confirmation. The bill by Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed, an...
  • Fed should do whatever it takes to reach goals: Kocherlakota

    SAINT PAUL Minn. (Reuters) - Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Narayana Kocherlakota said Tuesday that the path of U.S. interest rates will depend on how the economy evolves, as the U.S. central bank aims at its twin goals of 2-percent inflation and...
  • Fed is creating risks to itself on credibility: Kocherlakota

    ST. PAUL Minn. (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve is risking its credibility by not acting aggressively enough to bring inflation back up to its 2 percent target quickly, a top U.S. central banker said on Tuesday. "I think we are creating risks for...
  • Fed unlikely to raise rates at all in 2015 - Amundi

    LONDON (Reuters) - Markets are overly worried about the U.S. Federal Reserve normalizing its monetary policy and it probably won't even raise interest rates next year, one of Europe's biggest investors said on Tuesday. Pascal Blanque, Chief Investment...