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  • With shutdown over, flow of government economic data to resume

    With shutdown over, flow of government economic data to resume
    WASHINGTON -- The flow of federal economic data is set to resume next week, highlighted by the release of the delayed September jobs report, as federal employees are back at work following the end of the partial government shutdown. But it could take...
  • Shutdown likely delays stimulus taper a few months, Fed official says

    Shutdown likely delays stimulus taper a few months, Fed official says
    WASHINGTON -- A top Federal Reserve policymaker said Monday the central bank was unlikely to start reducing a key stimulus program for "a few months" because the partial government shutdown has muddied the economic picture. Charles Evans, president of...
  • Shutdown likely to delay stimulus tapering, Fed official says

    WASHINGTON — A top Federal Reserve policymaker said the central bank was unlikely to start reducing a key stimulus program for "a few months" because the partial government shutdown has muddied the economic picture. Charles Evans, president of the...
  • Alan Greenspan praises Fed chair nominee Janet Yellen as 'very bright'

    Alan Greenspan praises Fed chair nominee Janet Yellen as 'very bright'
    WASHINGTON -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on Wednesday praised Janet L. Yellen, President Obama's nominee to be the next central bank chief, calling her "very bright" and saying he often would go to her to explain academic economics...
  • Fed nominee Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing expected in November

    Fed nominee Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing expected in November
    WASHINGTON -- The Senate Banking Committee expects to hold a confirmation hearing in November on Janet L. Yellen's nomination to be the next head of the Federal Reserve as supporters try to get her formally in place before current Fed chief Ben S....
  • As stimulus tab rises for Fed, worries grow it may require a bailout

    As stimulus tab rises for Fed, worries grow it may require a bailout
    WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve has taken unprecedented steps to stimulate the economic recovery from the Great Recession, but the tab has risen to such tremendous proportions — fast approaching $4 trillion — that some worry the central...
  • Inflation remains in check as Fed considers reducing stimulus

    Inflation remains in check as Fed considers reducing stimulus
    WASHINGTON -- Prices surprisingly dipped in September, the first decline since the spring, indicating that inflation remains well in check as Federal Reserve policymakers meet to consider if they should reduce a key central bank stimulus effort. The...
  • Fed keeps stimulus intact as it awaits further gains in recovery

    Fed keeps stimulus intact as it awaits further gains in recovery
    WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve kept intact its large-scale campaign to stimulate the economy, saying it was awaiting more evidence of sustainable progress in the recovery. Although the Fed's decision Wednesday to hold the line on its monthly...
  • Is Lawrence Summers the most qualified to succeed Fed's Bernanke?

    Is Lawrence Summers the most qualified to succeed Fed's Bernanke?
    WASHINGTON -- With the Federal Reserve playing an over-sized role in the U.S. economy, Wall Street investors are keenly interested in who will be the central bank's next chairman when Ben S. Bernanke's term expires in January. The Fed's No. 2 official,...
  • Stocks swoon on interest rate fears

    Stocks swoon on interest rate fears
    NEW YORK — A sudden jump in interest rates is casting a shadow over the stock market. Stocks fell sharply Friday as a persistent rise in rates over the last month threatened to derail the powerful rally this year in share prices. Despite...
  • Greenspan says Federal Reserve should start tapering stimulus

    WASHINGTON -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the central bank should start tapering its stimulus program and begin reducing its dramatically swelled balance sheet -- whether the economy is ready for it or not. "My view is the sooner...