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President Donald Trump raised his demands Monday on the Federal Reserve, calling for the central bank to cut interest rates by a full percentage point and to restart its crisis-era money-printing program.
Steve Liesman reports on the numerous economic conundrums that investors are currently facing.
President Donald Trump wants the Federal Reserve to help head off a feared economic slowdown, but it’s not clear the central bank has enough firepower left to do so.
With interest rates continuing to fall, that means we’re seeing lower rates on auto loans which is now making dealers looking to clear out its 2018 models. Phil LeBeau reports.
President Donald Trump and economic advisor Peter Navarro are alone in the White House when it comes to blaming Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell for the economic slowdown, administration officials told CNBC.
The banking sector is retreating as yields fall which could cut in the profits of an industry that is considered an engine of the economy. More to talk about this topic is Eric Compton, an Equity Analyst at Morningstar.
We speak with Sandy Villere, a Portfolio Manager at Villere & Company, who’s gives us his analysis on a confusing week for the stock market.
President Donald Trump made his support of a weak dollar official, saying Thursday he is disappointed in the strong currency and is blaming the Federal Reserve.
Andres Garcia-Amaya, Founder & CEO at Zoe Financial, joins us on the show to discuss the latest on the falling rates and what investors should be on the lookout for.
On Wednesday, stock staged a furious comeback as the Dow reversed nearly 600 points and the S&P 500 had its biggest comeback in 2019. Bob Pisani has more for us about the wild Wednesday at the New York Stock Exchange.
With the escalating trade war with China, we’re seeing lower mortgage rates not seen since a few years ago. Diana Olick explains how mortgage applications are on the rise.
Wednesday’s initial sell-off came as bond yields continue to fall. Historically falling rates are good for stocks but could this time be different. Steve Liesman has more for us.
President Donald Trump pressed his demand Wednesday for the Federal Reserve to accelerate interest rate cuts, saying the U.S. central bank needs to keep pace with its global counterparts.
Wall Street is expecting the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again, but actually how many? Steve Liesman reports.
After the Chinese currency fell to its lowest level in more than a decade, President Trump gave added pressure to the Federal Reserve. Steve Liesman has more for us.