Inflation Roars Amid Soaring Housing, Health Costs
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David Stockman: Wall Street RIP and Monetary Rigor Mortis
If any evidence was needed that the market is dying at the zero bound, it came in a violent 15-minute rip when the algos read the Fed's release to mean there will be no rate hike in June. ... [Full Story]
WaPo's Samuelson: 'Low-Wage Job Recovery More Myth Than Reality'
The prevailing narrative among economists holds that recovery from the [Full Story]
Inflation Roars Amid Soaring Housing, Health Costs
Consumer prices moderated in April on weak gasoline prices, but rising [Full Story]
Peter Morici: Fixing Income Inequality Requires Better Solutions Than Boosting Minimum Wage
Demonstrators bent on forcing McDonald's to dramatically raise wages are [Full Story]
Fed Still Seen in Lift-off Mode as Yellen Takes Center Stage
The U.S. Federal Reserve is likely to stick with plans to raise interest [Full Story]
Hans Parisis: For Long-Term Investors, an Early Fed Rate Hike Shouldn't Matter
Anyway, for long-term investors (not traders) it shouldn’t be of such great [Full Story]
Fundstrat's Lee: S&P 500 Will Hit 2,325 By Year-End
The S&P 500 index reached yet another record high this week, and the [Full Story]
Ed Moy: Central Banks Continue to Stock Up on Gold
One of the most notable trends in the World Gold Council's recently [Full Story]
Peter Orszag: China Shows US Why Drivers Should Pay for Roads
Congress is poised to extend the Highway Trust Fund for two more months. [Full Story]
Megan McArdle: $15 Minimum Wage Will Hurt Workers in Long Term
So Los Angeles is raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020, and [Full Story]
Mohamed El-Erian: What Fed Minutes Say About Raising Rates
The Fed remains cautious and data-dependent. Officials are encouraged but [Full Story]
Rubin, Paulson: US, China Must Cooperate Better on Economic Issues
The U.S.-China relationship has turned increasingly testy recently, [Full Story]
Merkel Warns a 'Whole Lot Left' to Do on Greece Bailout Talks
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says there's a 'whole lot left' to be done [Full Story]
Fed's Fischer: Eurozone Needs Growth to Survive Long Term
Europe has made progress in strengthening its currency union, but needs [Full Story]
Chicago Lays out Alternatives to Ease Looming Pension Payment
Chicago could reduce a looming $550 million hike in contributions to its [Full Story]
Feinberg: New Speculation Over Fed's Intentions, 'Graccident'
Release of the minutes of the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting [Full Story]
Consumer prices moderated in April on weak gasoline prices, but rising shelter and medical care costs boosted underlying inflation pressures, which should keep the Federal Reserve on course to raise interest rates later this year. [Full Story]
Deere forecast better-than-expected profit for fiscal 2015 as demand for its construction equipment mitigated the impact of declining sales of its signature green tractors and combines. [Full Story]
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says there's a 'whole lot left' to be done on Greece bailout [Full Story]
Goldman Sachs is out with its latest Hedge Fund Trend Monitor, shedding light on which stocks the smart money is flowing into. The note lists the stocks that appear most frequently in the top ten holdings of fundamentally-driven hedge funds. Goldman's analysts, led by... [Full Story]
Prices for the most expensive U.S. homes grew at the slowest pace in three years as wealthy buyers became worried about overpaying following a surge in values, Redfin Corp. said. [Full Story]
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