Minutes to the Federal Open Market Committee’s March meeting reveal that the U.S.
With the minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee’s March meeting set for release on Wednesday, financial markets continue to search for d
Today marks 40 days since Russia invaded Ukraine. U.S.
President Joe Biden announced a plan to release from the U.S.
The Japanese yen, long a safe haven, is not reacting to crisis this time around the way it has in the past.
Although no formal agreements have been reached, Moscow has said it will redeploy troops and reduce military activity around Kyiv, and Ukraine
As Jared Dillian puts it, when the prices of things we need are going higher and the prices of things we want are going lower, “it creates eco
Inflation is at four-decade highs in the U.S., and supply constraints caused by the war in Eastern Europe only increase upward pressure on cru
The Federal Reserve was already staring down an inflation problem well before Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his troops into Ukraine
In another sign energy is now a second front in the Eastern European war, President Vladimir Putin has said he wants “unfriendly countries” to
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Monday, “Inflation is much too high,” noting that the Fed would continue to raise interest rates u
We’re nearly one month into Russia’s war against Ukraine.
The Federal Reserve’s monetary tightening cycle is underway, with yesterday’s 25-basis-point increase to the fed funds target range the first
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) made it official this afternoon, raising the fed funds target range by 25 basis points to 0.25% to 0.