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The Experts Keep Getting the Economy Wrong

The Experts Keep Getting the Economy Wrong

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. The week ended on a down note after a disappointing jobs report.

The Fed’s Rate-Raising Days Are Over. Wall Street Couldn’t Be Happier.

Investors have finally started to chase this year’s stock market rally, which has been driven largely by the Federal Reserve’s sharp turn away from steady rate increases.
Fed, Dimming Its Economic Outlook, Predicts No Rate Increases This Year

Fed, Dimming Its Economic Outlook, Predicts No Rate Increases This Year

The Federal Reserve lowered its growth forecast to 2.1 percent this year, far less rosy than White House projections, as it detected signs of a slowing economy.
What You Need to Know About Wednesday’s Fed Meeting

What You Need to Know About Wednesday’s Fed Meeting

Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, has said the Fed has adopted “a patient, wait-and-see approach regarding future policy changes.”
Fed, Dimming Its Economic Outlook, Predicts No Rate Increases This Year

Fed, Dimming Its Economic Outlook, Predicts No Rate Increases This Year

The Federal Reserve lowered its growth forecast to 2.1 percent this year, far less rosy than White House projections, as it detected signs of a slowing economy.

The Fed’s Rate-Raising Days Are Over. Wall Street Couldn’t Be Happier.

Investors have finally started to chase this year’s stock market rally, which has been driven largely by the Federal Reserve’s sharp turn away from steady rate increases.
Fed, Dimming Its Economic Outlook, Predicts No Rate Increases This Year

Fed, Dimming Its Economic Outlook, Predicts No Rate Increases This Year

The Federal Reserve lowered its growth forecast to 2.1 percent this year, far less rosy than White House projections, as it detected signs of a slowing economy.

Stocks Fall as Bond Market Flashes a Recession Warning

When long-term interest rates fall below short-term rates, it’s called a yield curve inversion. It’s one of Wall Street’s favored predictors of a recession, and it happened on Friday.
Trump Taps Fed Critic Stephen Moore for Board Seat

Trump Taps Fed Critic Stephen Moore for Board Seat

President Trump said he plans to nominate Stephen Moore, a former campaign adviser and conservative economist, to the Federal Reserve board.

Stocks Fall as Bond Market Flashes a Recession Warning

When long-term interest rates fall below short-term rates, it’s called a yield curve inversion. It’s one of Wall Street’s favored predictors of a recession, and it happened on Friday.
Trump Taps Fed Critic Stephen Moore for Board Seat

Trump Taps Fed Critic Stephen Moore for Board Seat

President Trump said he plans to nominate Stephen Moore, a former campaign adviser and conservative economist, to the Federal Reserve board.
Editorial Observer: Stephen Moore Would Be a Loyalist, not an Expert, at the Fed

Editorial Observer: Stephen Moore Would Be a Loyalist, not an Expert, at the Fed

President Trump announced he plans to nominate Stephen Moore to the Federal Reserve’s board of governors.
Trump’s Kakistocracy Is Also a Hackistocracy

Trump’s Kakistocracy Is Also a Hackistocracy

Stephen Moore, President Trump's latest choice for the Federal Reserve Board, is good at being wrong.
He’s No ‘Sycophant’ for Trump, Expected Fed Nominee Says

He’s No ‘Sycophant’ for Trump, Expected Fed Nominee Says

Of his “furious” reaction to the September and December interest rate increases, and his criticism of Chairman Jerome H. Powell, Stephen Moore said: “Do I regret the rhetoric that I used? Yes. Was I
He’s No ‘Sycophant’ for Trump, Expected Fed Nominee Says

He’s No ‘Sycophant’ for Trump, Expected Fed Nominee Says

Of his “furious” reaction to the September and December interest rate increases, and his criticism of Chairman Jerome H. Powell, Stephen Moore said: “Do I regret the rhetoric that I used? Yes. Was I
News Analysis: Trump Owns the Economy Now, for Better or Worse

News Analysis: Trump Owns the Economy Now, for Better or Worse

A strong economy has been President Trump’s biggest bragging right, but it could become his biggest challenge if it slows as much as some forecasters predict.