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Larry Summers Says Fed Will Need To Boost Rates More Than Markets ExpectBy: Kaight5 commentsYields Climb as Fed’s Waller Pushes Back on Dovish Rate BetsBy: sams19854 commentsBiden's Debt Forgiveness Plan Has Faced 6 Challenges - Here's Where They StandBy: deplorable_127 commentsFed May Need To Raise Rates To 6%, Monetary Economist Taylor SaysBy: GH13 comments

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Posted by: Kaight  |   5 votes  |  5 Comments

(Bloomberg) -- Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers warned that the Federal Reserve will probably need to raise interest rates more than markets are currently read more

Posted by: deplorable_1  |   3 votes  |  Comment

Across the rich world consumer prices are rising by 10% year on year, the highest rate since 1983. That year holds a special place in the history books. It was the read more

Posted by: deja_vu  |   3 votes  |  Comment

"To be sure, system stability would have been better served had hawkish Powell leaned against the market rally and attendant loosened financial conditions. I’ll read more

Posted by: cdwatcher  |   16 votes  |  8 Comments

Today's anti-inflationary excerpts from Chairman Powell'sshort but powerful speech: "....acting with resolve..." with '...forceful and rapid steps'... '... read more

Posted by: Kaight  |   7 votes  |  Comment

The Fed will continue to raise rates until jobs creation is curtailed. It has not happened yet. For November:  a surprise to the upside. Keep some dry powder read more

Posted by: MAKNYC  |   7 votes  |  Comment

Real FED pivot is probably closer than you think.  

Posted by: fred_b  |   7 votes  |  1 Comment

Excerpts for those that encounter a paywall: The Federal Reserve will likely need to keep its benchmark policy rate north of 5% for most of 2023 and into 2024 to read more

Posted by: enduser  |   1 vote  |  Comment

Some of America's biggest banks are devising a plan to compensate customers who fall victim to scams on their Zelle payment network. JPMorgan Chase & Co., Wells read more

Posted by: GH1  |   15 votes  |  1 Comment

U.S. savers are being left behind by the Federal Reserve's aggressive campaign of interest rate rises, and that's unlikely to change soon. New research from the New read more

Posted by: deplorable_1  |   1 vote  |  1 Comment

The United States on Saturday issued an expanded license allowing Chevron Corp to import petroleum or petroleum products produced by its ventures in Venezuela, read more

Posted by: deplorable_1  |   5 votes  |  27 Comments

President Joe Biden's plan to forgive Americans' student debt saw its most significant setback Thursday when a federal judge in Texas found the program read more

Posted by: GH1  |   2 votes  |  5 Comments

If you're banking with the San Francisco-based mega-bank Wells Fargo , you've likely noticed that the company just can't seem to stay out of hot water. The last few read more

Posted by: MY2CENTSWORTH  |   3 votes  |  2 Comments

Yield-curve inversion is at its most extreme since the 1981-82 recession.

Posted by: enduser  |   3 votes  |  2 Comments

Mortgage rates plunged by nearly a half-percent this week, marking the largest week-over-week decline since November 1981. The rate on the average 30-year fixed read more

Posted by: Ally6770  |   2 votes  |  5 Comments

According to multiple sources contacted by CU Times, the number of employees laid off by the $35.8 billion PenFed ranged from 200 to 600 people located across read more

Posted by: enduser  |   7 votes  |  10 Comments

Regulator is looking into operation of six-year-old business Review adds to pressure on managers to show it's under control Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s six-year read more

Posted by: sams1985  |   8 votes  |  4 Comments

Well, well, well...looks like reality is already setting back in and the weekend isnt even over. How much do y'all want to bet there will be plenty of 5% read more

Posted by: cumulus  |   3 votes  |  12 Comments

"Stocks jolted higher on Thursday, after fresh data showed a moderation in inflation, bolstering investors’ expectations that the Federal Reserve will soon slow the read more

Posted by: GH1  |   5 votes  |  3 Comments

(Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve needs to raise interest rates significantly higher, to perhaps 6%, to reduce inflation, influential monetary economist John read more

Posted by: deplorable_1  |   8 votes  |  14 Comments

Just saw this so had to post it. I used to see my friend over at that other bank rate site get quoted all the time.

Posted by: w00d00w  |   3 votes  |  Comment

the near-term forward spread (comparing 3 month treasury yield now to market expectation 18 months forward) is on the verge of going negative

Posted by: SYC  |   3 votes  |  1 Comment

"Goldman Sachs Group Inc's economists said the U.S. Federal Reserve could bump up interest rates to as high as 5% by March 2023, 25 basis points above its read more

Posted by: Ally6770  |   6 votes  |  7 Comments

That's because the record high 9.62% interest rate on I bonds issued through October will drop Nov. 1 to 6.48%, significantly lower but still one of the best read more

Posted by: enduser  |   4 votes  |  2 Comments

First the easy part. Economists widely expect Federal Reserve monetary-policy makers to approve a fourth straight jumbo interest-rate rise at its meeting next week. read more

Posted by: GH1  |   4 votes  |  2 Comments

The Fed won't pivot from rate hikes until the end of 2023, according to JPMorgan strategist Julia Wang. Wang pointed to strong GDP and labor market data, which read more

Posted by: fred_b  |   3 votes  |  4 Comments

Oh, great!  Another debt ceiling drama coming up for our financially illiterate politicians (from both parties) to navigate.

Posted by: SYC  |   3 votes  |  Comment

“ JPMorgan Chase JPM -0.21%? & Co. offers most of its customers a one-year certificate of deposit paying a 2% interest rate. The bank read more

Posted by: RickZ  |   5 votes  |  2 Comments

The moment is a humbling one for Solomon, who seized on the possibilities within the nascent consumer business after becoming CEO four years ago.

Posted by: enduser  |   7 votes  |  2 Comments

The US economy falling into recession within the next 12 months is a virtual certainty, according to the latest Bloomberg Economics forecast model released on read more

Posted by: fred_b  |   14 votes  |  2 Comments

This is Barclays tweak of the Fed's SEP dot plot.  

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