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The Federal Reserve will most likely hike short-term interest rates in September, said Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi.
When the Nasdaq last hit 5,000 back in 2000, stocks crashed soon after, but one strategist says history won't repeat itself this time around.
A political drama about a Congressman rising to become President of the United States: talk about a quick rise to the top.
The major indexes may be flirting with record highs, but one strategist says the rally still has some juice left.
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 Federal Reserve says the economy is growing at a 'solid' pace, but that's not stopping one manager from moving money into Europe.
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.
Home prices are picking up steam but it's way too early to declare a recovery.
With the Federal Reserve's looming policy shift, one markets strategist warns against rate sensitive sectors.
Privacy in the telecom space is starting to become an expensive privilege.