Yellen’s words always carry weight with investors, but her testimony before Congress this week will be scrutinized even more than usual.
The U.S. economy fumbled on job growth in January, but managed to move the ball somewhat on wage growth, making any Fed rate hike a likely game-time decision.
Economists are upbeat about this week’s jobs report, despite financial market woes.
As the Federal Reserve raises interest rates, should you worry?
Expect the president to highlight economic progress in his final State of the Union speech.
The government’s December jobs report looks really strong, at least on the surface.
This week’s employment report may hold clues on how the Fed proceeds with interest rates.
The new year’s big financial questions involve interest rates, jobs, oil prices and more.
The Federal Reserve’s first interest rate increase in a long time is likely to be just a start.
Yeah, the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates, but it’s nothing to be alarmed about.