By Joseph Lawler | 08/20/14 03:17 PM
Most Fed officials expect that job gains will continue to accelerate and inflation will start rising in 2014.
By Justin Green | 08/20/14 02:11 PM
How on Earth have textbooks become so wildly expensive?
By Joseph Lawler | 08/19/14 09:17 AM
Although consumer inflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, slowed in July, it also has now been above 2 percent annually for longer than any time since 2012.
By Lawrence Kudlow | 08/18/14 08:40 PM
The sooner we truly give up on Keynesianism, the sooner we can fix this economy.
By Joseph Lawler | 08/18/14 08:47 AM
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen is ready to commit to her belief that the central bank can keep money loose without stoking the kind of inflation that would raise the costs of everything for ordinary Americans.
By Joseph Lawler | 08/06/14 06:53 PM
The outsized concern over inflation could be leading many everyday investors to make decisions -- such as buying gold -- that are unnecessary.
By Joseph Lawler | 07/22/14 10:58 AM
Consumer inflation held steady at 2.1 percent yearly in June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Tuesday morning.
By Joseph Lawler | 07/21/14 08:17 AM
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen isn't sure what's gone wrong with the U.S. housing comeback. “I have to say that I'm somewhat surprised,” Yellen said of the weakness of the housing market in a hearing in the House last week. “Frankly, it continues to be sluggish. And I can't give you a...
By Steve Chapman | 07/17/14 10:43 AM
There is a point at which firmness of conviction becomes obstinacy, and there is a point at which obstinacy becomes comedy. The latter was on spectacular view the other day when a prominent inflation hawk self-destructed on national TV.
By Joseph Lawler | 07/14/14 07:38 AM
If the current economic recovery had kept pace with other post-World War II recoveries, the average American would have $2,700 more in annual income.
By Joseph Lawler | 07/09/14 03:18 PM
Federal Reserve officials have an end in mind for the latest round of quantitative easing: If all goes to plan, they will taper the central bank's bond purchases from the current $35 billion a month to zero by October.
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