Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell delivers a highly anticipated speech on 'monetary policy challenges' at an annual economic conference in the Jackson Hole valley of Wyoming. The speech comes amid criticism from President Donald Trump that the central bank has set interest rates too high.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is scheduled to give a speech Friday at 10 a.m. ET on 'monetary policy challenges,' amid criticism from President Donald Trump that the central bank has set interest rates too high. Here's what analysts are saying.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas publishes the schedule for its Jackson Hole economic-policy symposium.
" ... It's about finding the right kind of opportunity to be in the right place and the right time," says Binod Chaudhary.
The Federal Reserve releases minutes from its July 30-31 meeting, where policymakers at the U.S. central bank voted to cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade.
U.S. existing-home sale rise as expected in July, but the chief economist for the National Association of Realtors says that a shortage of properties on the market is putting upward pressures on prices, eliminating some of the benefits from a recent drop in mortgage rates.
U.S. applications to refinance mortgages rise 0.4% during the week ended Aug. 16, to the highest since 2016.
Compliance with the Volcker Rule has long been considered both complicated and expensive by the firms impacted.
President Donald Trump blames the Federal Reserve for the U.S. economy's latest distress signals. But as Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and other leaders of the U.S. central bank prepare to meet this week near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a growing number of economists say Trump's policies deserve the blame.
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