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As Herman Cain Bows Out of Fed Contention, Focus Shifts to Stephen Moore

“No more women refs, no women announcers, no women beer vendors, no women anything.In his column on Monday, Mr.

Herman Cain says won't quit bid for Fed seat: report

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Herman Cain said Wednesday he had no plans to withdraw from consideration for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.While President Donald Trump has not sent Cain's nomination to Capitol Hill, several Senate Republicans have already said they would not support him.

White House says it’s talking to a number of Fed candidates as Cain, Moore nominations still not put forward

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Larry Kudlow, director of the White House National Economic Council.The White House is talking to other possible Federal Reserve candidates, even as the Trump administration stands by its two picks for the U.

Fed’s Evans says low inflation may freeze interest rates through most of 2020

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Low inflation readings mean the Federal Reserve can refrain from further tightening, possibly well into next year, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said Monday.“I do think that inflation is a little weaker than I would like to see,” Evans said in an interview on CNBC.

Will Wall Street Lose Faith in the Fed?

Yet Fed policy may be partly responsible for problems in the markets, too, raising the prospect of a reversal later this year.But some market strategists worry that the Fed has been trying too hard to please investors.

The Week in Business: Mexican Border Drama, and Trump Butts Heads With the Fed

Business|The Week in Business: Mexican Border Drama, and Trump Butts Heads With the Fedwith interestPlus, the latest news on Boeing’s plane troubles, and more Brexit angst.Here’s your roundup of the top news in business and tech, plus all you need to know for the week ahead.

Trump says he will nominate Herman Cain to Fed in move that provokes strong reaction

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Herman Cain speaks at a rally during his 2012 presidential campaign.“I’ve recommended Herman Cain.

Why Senate Republicans may turn on Trump Fed picks Moore and Cain

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Herman Cain, former chairman and chief executive officer of Godfather's Pizza, who ran for the Republican nomination for president in 2012.Read: Trump says he will nominate Herman Cain to Fed in move that provokes strong reaction National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow defended Moore and Cain in an interview on Bloomberg television, calling them “capable people.

Why Senate Republicans may turn on Trump Fed picks Moore and Cain

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Herman Cain, former chairman and chief executive officer of Godfather's Pizza, who ran for the Republican nomination for president in 2012.Read: Trump says he will nominate Herman Cain to Fed in move that provokes strong reaction National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow defended Moore and Cain in an interview on Bloomberg television, calling them “capable people.

Trump Says He Wants Herman Cain, Former Pizza Executive, for Fed Board

ImagePresident Trump is considering nominating Herman Cain, a former Republican presidential candidate, for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board.Powell, for raising interest rates in 2018, saying those moves slowed economic growth.

Trump Picks Herman Cain for Fed Seat

The Federal Reserve sent some important signals this week about the state of the U.WSJ's Gerald F.

Trump’s Embattled Fed Pick Has No Plans to Step Aside

Business|Trump’s Embattled Fed Pick Has No Plans to Step AsideImage“It’s full speed ahead,” Stephen Moore, whom President Trump wants to nominate to the Federal Reserve board, said Tuesday.His potential nomination to the Fed has been clouded by revelations of a current tax lien and child-support issues stemming from a previous marriage.

White House’s Kudlow calls for Fed to ‘immediately’ make half-point cut — and then walks it back a bit

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The White House pressure on the Federal Reserve heated up again on Friday after President Trump’s adviser Larry Kudlow said he wanted the U.He said the situation was not “an emergency” and mused that he might not have said the move should come “immediately.

Here’s how one FOMC member says the Fed can stop contributing to income inequality

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Can Federal Reserve monetary policy be conducted in a way that benefits everyone in society?Louis Fed President James Bullard, in a blog post on Thursday that he co-authored.

Fed’s Bullard says spate of weaker data likely ‘temporary’

Louis Fed President James Bullard downplayed the recent inversion of the yield curve.“We’ve had a spate of weaker data, but I still think it is probably mostly temporary,” Bullard told reporters after a speech at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Moore’s call for half-point rate cut sets him apart from would-be Fed colleagues

” That anger led him to call for Fed Chairman Jerome Powell to resign, Moore said.Asked if it was wise for Moore to call for a half-point rate cut, Hassett replied: “As the process moves forward, if Steve ends up being the nominee, he’ll have good explanations for his positions.

Two influential Fed doves shy away from calling for rate cuts

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Two of the Federal Reserve's most dovish officials on Friday both shied away from calling for the central bank to cut interest rates.Louis Fed President James Bullard, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Friday, said the central bank may have tightened "a little bit too far" but didn't call for reversing course.

Two influential Fed doves shy away from calling for rate cuts

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Two of the Federal Reserve's most dovish officials on Friday both shied away from calling for the central bank to cut interest rates.Louis Fed President James Bullard, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Friday, said the central bank may have tightened "a little bit too far" but didn't call for reversing course.

Stephen Moore, Trump’s pick for Fed, will be lightning rod for president’s opponents

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Stephen Moore, a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation, has been a longtime supporter of Donald Trump.It is my pleasure to announce that @StephenMoore, a very respected Economist, will be nominated to serve on the Fed Board.

Philly Fed manufacturing index rebounds in March

The numbers: The Philadelphia Fed business activity index rebounded in March to a seasonally adjusted reading of 13.1 in the prior month.