In a speech on Friday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said a rate hike is appropriate this year should economic conditions improve.
05/22/15 - 02:25 PM EDT
Inflation has been weak in recent months, but one economist doesn't think the Federal Reserve has an inflation problem.
05/22/15 - 10:30 AM EDT
Irish voters are preparing to vote on the world's first constitutional referendum on legalizing same-sex marriage.
05/21/15 - 02:31 PM EDT
Minutes released from the the Bank of England showed committee members voting unanimously to keep rates steady, but one market expert sees that changing in the months ahead.
05/20/15 - 11:44 AM EDT
UBS (UBS) will pay over $500 million in fines for manipulating currencies and interest rates.
05/20/15 - 07:33 AM EDT
A new deal could be on the table that allows Greek leaders access to bailout funds.
05/19/15 - 02:15 PM EDT
This open letter to Britain's finance minister George Osborne points out regulations Osborne says are hindering British business, which were introduced at Britain's behest.
05/19/15 - 11:03 AM EDT
Birmingham Alabama Mayor William Bell says there's a building boom underway in the city, with residents and businesses moving back into the downtown area.
05/18/15 - 01:15 PM EDT
Any interest rate increase by the Bank of England is on hold through early 2016 after the latest UK inflation report showed rates have turned negative.
05/19/15 - 09:54 AM EDT
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The riots that ravaged Baltimore, Md. in April 'can happen anywhere,' according to the Mayor of Birmingham, Ala., a city with a history of civil rights unrest.
05/18/15 - 04:21 PM EDT
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers your Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
05/18/15 - 11:05 AM EDT
American companies can improve productivity by decentralizing decision making just like the Joint Special Operations Task Force successfully did in Iraq, said General Stanley McChrystal, author of 'Team of Teams.'
05/13/15 - 04:58 PM EDT