CBDCs continue to draw attention from central bankers, but panelists at an IMF event – including the Federal Reserve – do not expect to see their nations launch one soon.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will speak next week as part of a panel on the future of cross-border payments at the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) annual meeting.
One of the best-known macro analysts breaks down last week’s Jerome Powell speech and whether it truly represents a new policy era for the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve wants a little more inflation to keep the economy buoyant. That’s hard to achieve when Main Street is so under water.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell did not raise many eyebrows Thursday morning when he announced the U.S. central bank would encourage some periods of inflation above its 2% target in certain circumstances to boost the long-term economy.
Bitcoin’s price gyrated by over $450 during and after Fed Chair Powell’s comments while Ethereum’s gas congestion continues.
The Federal Reserve Chair announced a slate of new policy approaches, but are they inspired or impotent?
Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s speech Thursday at the annual Jackson Hole Economic Symposium highlights how much has changed over the past year.
Bitcoin prices slid Tuesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced an emergency cut in interest rates to counteract risks to the economy from the spreading coronavirus.
Bitcoin jumped the most in two weeks Monday, surging alongside U.S. stocks amid speculation that the Federal Reserve and other central banks will support markets as the coronavirus spreads.