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Paris Air Show Faces Head Winds, and Britain Looks at Fox’s Bid to Buy Sky

Aviation analysts predict an aircraft sales slowdown that could last years. Meanwhile, regulators consider a proposed takeover of a British satellite provider by 21st Century Fox.
Big Banks Clear First Phase of Federal Reserve Stress Tests

Big Banks Clear First Phase of Federal Reserve Stress Tests

The Federal Reserve building in Washington. Fed officials will decide next week whether to approve banks’ plans to pay dividends and repurchase shares.
Big Banks Set to Pay Out Largest Dividends in a Decade

Big Banks Set to Pay Out Largest Dividends in a Decade

The largest banks all passed stress tests, but the Federal Reserve is requiring Capital One to resubmit its new capital plan.
Common Sense: Tech, Fed, Trump: So Many Reasons to Worry About the Market

Common Sense: Tech, Fed, Trump: So Many Reasons to Worry About the Market

Traders outside the New York Stock Exchange. Investors have seemed oblivious to claims of Russian interference in the election, the firing of the F.B.I. director and other political turmoil.
Fear of an End to Easy Money Prompts Sell-Off

Fear of an End to Easy Money Prompts Sell-Off

Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank, called for prudence in the central bank’s policies in a speech on Tuesday.

Ex-Executives of Barclays Are in Court, and U.S. Jobs Report Is Due

John Varley, the bank’s former chief, and other managers face criminal charges in Britain related to the financial crisis. A report will shed light on hiring in the United States.
Fed Officials Are Divided Over When to Reduce Its Debt Holdings

Fed Officials Are Divided Over When to Reduce Its Debt Holdings

Janet L. Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, at a news conference in March.
Federal Reserve Sees U.S. Economic Growth as Steady but Slow

Federal Reserve Sees U.S. Economic Growth as Steady but Slow

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York. A Fed report released Friday pointed to a number of reasons why American economic growth has remained slow by historical standards.
Federal Reserve Sees U.S. Economic Growth as Steady but Slow

Federal Reserve Sees U.S. Economic Growth as Steady but Slow

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York. A Fed report released Friday pointed to a number of reasons why American economic growth has remained slow by historical standards.

Trump Nominates Randal K. Quarles to Oversee Wall Street Banks

The former Treasury official is up for a top post at the Federal Reserve, where he is expected to lead efforts to reduce regulation.

Trump Nominates Randal K. Quarles to Oversee Wall Street Banks

The former Treasury official is up for a top post at the Federal Reserve, where he is expected to lead efforts to reduce regulation.
Yellen Says Economy Is Robust, but Adds That Fed Will Stay Flexible

Yellen Says Economy Is Robust, but Adds That Fed Will Stay Flexible

Janet L. Yellen testifying before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday.
Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance

Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance

Janet L. Yellen, the chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, testified on Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee.
Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance

Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance

Janet L. Yellen, the chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, testified on Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee.
U.S. Inflation Remains Low, and That’s a Problem

U.S. Inflation Remains Low, and That’s a Problem

Janet L. Yellen, the Federal Reserve’s chairwoman. She has attributed the recent weakness to declines in the prices of particular goods, like cellphone-service plans and prescription drugs.
U.S. Inflation Remains Low, and That’s a Problem

U.S. Inflation Remains Low, and That’s a Problem

Janet L. Yellen, the Federal Reserve’s chairwoman. She has attributed the recent weakness to declines in the prices of particular goods, like cellphone-service plans and prescription drugs.
Fed, Leaving Rates Unchanged, Expects to Wind Down Stimulus ‘Relatively Soon’

Fed, Leaving Rates Unchanged, Expects to Wind Down Stimulus ‘Relatively Soon’

Janet L. Yellen, the Fed’s chairwoman, has acknowledged recent weakness in inflation, but has said that she expects it to rebound.
Banking Regulatory Nominees Back Fewer Financial Restrictions

Banking Regulatory Nominees Back Fewer Financial Restrictions

Joseph Otting, left, who has been nominated to be comptroller of the currency, and Randal Quarles, nominated to be the Federal Reserve’s vice chairman of supervision, appeared Thursday before the
Banking Regulatory Nominees Back Fewer Financial Restrictions

Banking Regulatory Nominees Back Fewer Financial Restrictions

Joseph Otting, left, who has been nominated to be comptroller of the currency, and Randal Quarles, nominated to be the Federal Reserve’s vice chairman of supervision, appeared Thursday before the