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Trump says he plans to keep criticizing Fed over rates

Jun 14, 2019

Trump says he plans to keep criticizing Fed Chairman Powell over interest rate policy

Euro gains in global use, but dollar still dominates

Jun 13, 2019

The European Central Bank says the euro has gained ground on the dollar as a global currency used for government reserves, rebounding from historic lows as U.S. sanctions deter some countries' use of the U.S. currency

The Latest: Woodstock 50 in talks with alternate venue

Jun 11, 2019

A principal organizer of the Woodstock 50 festival says he and others are in discussions with another venue to host the event after Watkins Glen International pulled out

Private equity firm buying Shutterfly for $1.74 billion

Jun 10, 2019

Photo printing website Shutterfly will be bought by private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $51 per share

Trade war clouds outlook as finance chiefs meet in Japan

Jun 7, 2019

Trade war clouds outlook as finance chiefs, central bankers meet in Japan

Markets Right Now: Stocks rise as rate cut looks more likely

Jun 7, 2019

Stocks are closing higher Friday as a lackluster report on hiring increases the odds the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates in the coming months.

The Latest: US investor under house arrest denied waiver

Jun 7, 2019

A U.S. investor under house arrest on embezzlement charges was denied a waiver to attend Russia's main business forum.

The Latest: European Central Bank ready to help economy more

Jun 6, 2019

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bank is ready to "use all the instruments that are in the toolbox" to support the economy if needed

After Fed turn, Europe faces stimulus question

Jun 6, 2019

The European Central Bank is wrestling with what to do about growth worries and sluggish inflation, just two days after the U.S. Federal Reserve opened the door to more stimulus

Fed says economic gains tempered by trade worries

Jun 5, 2019

Fed says country saw slight improvement in economic activity in spring but gains tempered by rising trade tensions

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