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Bernanke and Mervyn King thought the global economy would recover more quickly and are reportedly pessimistic about a European revival.
Asset management firms like the Carlyle Group and Neuberger Berman are seeing opportunity to fill a void as regulators push banks out of risky loans.
The U.S. housing recovery is still stuck is neutral in many markets.
The latest Federal Reserve minutes from its September meeting present what the markets interpret as the not-too-hot, not-too-cold Goldilocks scenario.
Banks are reluctant to lend to virtually anyone for fear Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will force them to buy the mortgage back if it goes bad.
Unemployment fell to a six-year low, a decline aided by the reality that longtime unemployed are not re-entering the workforce while wage expansion remains stagnant.
Federal Reserve Chief Janet Yellen makes her case very clear to the capital markets on Friday: the economy needs more time to heal itself.
The recovery in the housing market is now defying expectations. So is Janet Yellen doing a quick rewrite of Friday's speech?.
The jobs report set aside fears that the Fed will have to raise rates sooner than anticipated.
Ahead of the jobs report, the debate intensifies if the Fed is focusing too much on the labor market and not enough on inflation.
Fed's emphasis on job weakness suggests new chairmwoman doesn't consider inflation a threat right now
The U.S. economy grew much more than expected in the second-quarter, but the good news begs the question of how the Fed will respond.
Jobless claims hit an eight-year low, according to the Labor Department, but hiring remains a weak spot in the economic framework.
Inflation pressures pull back, at least for now.
Investors cheer a stronger-than-anticipated Philadelphia Fed Survey after digesting worse-than-expected housing start data.
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