Fed Eases Out of Quantitative Easing
The Federal Reserve said it "continues to see sufficient underlying strength in the broader economy to support ongoing progress toward maximum employment."
Options Signaling Fed Will Hike Rates Slowly
Wall Street believes increases in short-term interest rates will be more gradual than Federal Reserve officials are projecting.
Wall Street Sees Rate Hike in June 2015
The Fed is expected to get more specific this week on a time frame for raising the Federal funds rate.
Credit Markets Need An Alternative to Libor — Fast
Federal Reserve Governor Powell says a "horrible mess" could ensue if a substitute to the London Interbank Offered Rate isn't found.
Swaps Collateral Rule Eases Impact on Nonfinancials
Federal regulators propose to ease up on margin requirements for end-users of swaps and permit more kinds of assets to be used as collateral.
Fed Passes Revised Liquidity Rule for Big Banks
After a long wait, federal regulators vote to require banks to hold enough liquid assets to cover their net cash outflows for one month.
Is the Jobs-Market Dashboard Signalling a Rate Hike?
While Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen contemplates raising interest rates, she'll be closely watching five indicators.
The Economy? Don’t Worry! Be Happy!
The economic picture is far from bleak, a leading economist tells a group of CFOs. But companies must increase wages to keep the momentum going, he adds.
Fed Bank Plan Would Trap Capital, Hurt Risk Management
In terms of global financial risk management, the proposal contains serious flaws -- particularly by inhibiting the flow of capital to situations where it’s needed most.
American Banks: The Triumph of Low Expectations
A world of low growth, risk aversion and regulatory uncertainty.
Did You Miss the Boat?
The bond market boom is over for issuers, right? Not if a company considers the real cost of financing.