The U.S. grew slightly through end the August, a Federal Reserve survey found, but the outlook for the economy over the next year "remained generally weak" because of rising interest rates and nagging labor and supply shor...
The Federal Reserve is 'in this for as long as it takes to get inflation down,' said Fed Vice Chairman Lael Brainard on Wednesday.
The U.S. economy will barely see economic growth this year and next, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said Wednesday.
The changes of a half percentage point rate hike in August increased in the wake of the August job report. The inflation data in two weeks settle the debate.
The Federal Reserve likely needs to raise interest rates above 3.5% and keep them there until 2024, New York Fed President John Williams on Tuesday.
The Federal Reserve knows it has 'a fight ahead' to bring down inflation, said Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic in Tuesday.
Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin said Tuesday that a recession is 'obviously a risk' in the process
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole speech was ludicrous, said David Blanchflower, an economics professor at Dartmouth College.
The Federal Reserve will expand on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's hawkish message beyond his message Friday that a 'Fed pivot' was not going to happen.
Shrinking the Fed’s balance sheet is not likely to be a benign process, new Jackson Hole study warns
Research presented at the Fed's Jackson Hole conference suggests that the central bank's shrinking of its balance sheet is not likely to be a benign process.
Furman observes that the U.S. inflation outlook is not ‘dire or insurmountable,’ despite the ‘persistence’ of wage and price pressure.
Fed’s Powell says bringing down inflation will cause pain to households and businesses in Jackson Hole speech
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday that the fight against inflation will lead to a period of sluggish growth and cause pain to households and businesses.
Jackson Hole Notebook: U.S. economy likely to sink into a recession in coming months, former IMF chief economist says
There is a better-than-even chance of a recession in the U.S. starting either late this year or early next, a former IMF chief economist said.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said Friday he's leaning toward a 50 basis point rate hike in September.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said Thursday he wants to front-load rate hikes this year while the labor market is strong.
The Federal Reserve should raise its benchmark rate above 3.4% and then 'sit for a while' said Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker on Thursday.
Kansas City Fed’s George kicks off Jackson Hole saying inflation remains broad-based and there is ‘more work to be done’
It remains far from clear whether the easing in inflation in July is the start of a trend, Kansas City Fed President Esther George said Thursday.
Fed Jackson Hole preview: Powell to stress a recession won’t stop Fed’s fight against high inflation
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will use his speech at Jackson Hole to stress the Fed is determined to bring down inflation even though there is a risk of recession
Fed’s Kashkari says he doesn’t know if the central bank can bring inflation down without triggering a recession
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said Thursday he doesn't know if the central bank can bring inflation down without triggering a recession.
The Federal Reserve doesn't want to "overdo" interest rate hikes to tighten more than necessary, said San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly on Thursday.