The markets are flirting with record highs with the S&P 500 above 2,100 and the Dow Industrials past 18,000, so what should investors expect for the rest of the year?
As consumer prices move away from the Federal Reserve's 2% inflation target, one economist says a rate hike won't be coming this year.
The consumer price index fell 0.7% in January, more than the 0.6% analysts were expecting.
The Federal Reserve says the economy is growing at a 'solid' pace, but that's not stopping one manager from moving money into Europe.
The markets are gearing up for more insight from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, as she addresses the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday.
Some key earnings, more testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and economic data: that's what to watch on Wall Street for Wednesday, Feb. 25.
Inflation isn't likely to hit the Federal Reserve's 2% target anytime soon, which will further delay the central bank's plans to start raising interest rates, says Jefferies' chief financial economist.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen reiterated the central bank's vague stance on when investors should expect a rise in interest rates.
Home prices are picking up steam but it's way too early to declare a recovery.
Home prices rose 4.5% year-over-year, as of December, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, compared to a 4.3% rise in November.