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Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen told us last week that the fed funds target rate will be raised slightly later this year. ... [Full Story]
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Justice Department investigators have identified criminal wrongdoing in [Full Story]
Inflation Closer to Fed’s Goal After Core Prices Advance
The U.S. cost of living excluding what households pay for food and fuel [Full Story]
Peter Schiff: Investors Face Painful Withdrawal of Fed's 'Monetary Heroin'
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Yellen Sees Rate Rise in 2015, Gradual Tightening Thereafter
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said she still expects to raise interest [Full Story]
Hedge Fund Managers Face Renewed Attacks From Clinton, Obama
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Michael Carr: Bank Fines Punish Free Market and Shareholders
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David Stockman: Brace for 'Huge, Nasty Morning After' When Stocks Collapse
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Raymond James' Adams Sees Danger Signs for US Stocks
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WaPo's Samuelson: 'Low-Wage Job Recovery More Myth Than Reality'
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RBS Economist Berger: Inflation Building 'Faster Than We Thought'
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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
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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]
Greek society can't absorb more austerity, and the country's creditors must compromise to break the impasse over the release of funds for its cash-strapped economy, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said. [Full Story]
While the six-year bull market for stocks, which saw the S&P 500 index hit yet another record high Wednesday, rolls on, many experts see trouble brewing. [Full Story]
Every American willing to work should get paid enough for a decent lifestyle, but raising the minimum wage won't accomplish that — and instead will end up "crushing many workers possessing only basic skills," according to multibillionaire Warren Buffett. [Full Story]
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