The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to again reduce its stimulus program by $10 billion to $35 billion in July. Since the financial crisis in 2008, the Federal Reserve has been buying mortgage-backed securities and U.S. Treasuries…

Former big pharma executive Chris Martenson, who sold off everything and moved his family to the country, speaks with Paul Solman about exponential growth and the danger of our debts exceeding -- by nearly double -- our economic growth, while…

A week after the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee announced yet another reduction in their monetary stimulus, Fed chair Janet Yellen delivered an optimistic growth outlook before the congressional Joint Economic Committee Wednesday.

At the end of their two-day policy meeting, the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee decided Wednesday to reduce monthly asset purchases by $10 billion to $45 billion beginning in May. Despite disappointing growth figures out Wednesday, the committee…

Consumer prices in the U.S. ticked upward this March, climbing more than expected as Americans paid slightly more for food and rental housing. The hike suggests improving consumer demand, and may alleviate concerns among some Federal Reserve officials…

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