Yellen Sees Gradual Pace of Rate Increases Starting This Year
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, pictured March 18, said the jobs market is "likely to improve further in coming months" during a speech in San Francisco on Friday.
Kudlow: We Can Do a lot Better, But US Is Still a Very Resilient Place
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U.S. economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter, and economists are looking for an even weaker showing in the first quarter as severe winter weather takes its toll. But the retreat is expected to be short-lived. [Full Story]
Central bank efforts to make risky assets more attractive to investors are weakening credit quality among top-rated U.S. companies as they sell debt to return money to shareholders instead of spending on growth, according to Moody's Investors Service. [Full Story]
For years conventional wisdom has been that gold moves inversely to the dollar, because the precious metal is priced in dollars. But that doesn't exactly get it right, according to a new study from the World Gold Council. [Full Story]
Financial author Michael Lewis has made quite a bit of hay over the last year with his argument that the stock market is rigged against average investors. [Full Story]
The huge easing programs being carried out by central banks around the world will end in no good, says Scott Minerd, chief investment officer at Guggenheim Partners. [Full Story]

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