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The Federal Reserve seems to remain undecided regarding interest rate hikes.
Stocks went wild Tuesday as markets anticipated Yellen's address to Senate.
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The Federal Reserve is poised to take a preliminary step toward limiting banks’ activities with commodities.
The Senate panel responsible for confirming President Barack Obama’s picks for the CFTC said it won’t act this year.
After the disruptions of a shutdown and displays of dysfunction, Congress did what it could have done weeks ago: voted to fund the government.
The Senate voted 81-18 to halt the 16-day government shutdown and raise the U.S. debt limit, moving closer to ending the nation’s fiscal impasse.
Senate leaders are poised to reach an agreement as early as today to bring a halt to the fiscal standoff, and now must race the clock to sell the plan to lawmakers before U.S. borrowing authority runs out this week.
Senate leaders have yet to reach an agreement on how to end the U.S. fiscal impasse amid mounting concern in financial markets three days before the government’s borrowing authority lapses.