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Federal Reserve often is covered by Center Media sources.
Left23%
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Business · Washington

S&P 500 down 20% from record intraday high of Jan 4

65% Center coverage: 40 sources
The S&P 500 is headed for its seventh weekly decline. It will be just its fourth streak of seven or more weekly losses in the post-World War II period. The root causes of the weakness have been the hawkish FOMC and increasing concerns over the potential for a recession.See the Story
Business · Washington

Powell says Fed to 'keep pushing' rates higher until clear inflation is falling

41% Center coverage: 27 sources
The Federal Reserve will "keep pushing" to tighten U.S. monetary policy until it is clear that inflation is declining, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said on Tuesday.See the Story
US & Canada

Stocks End Lower but Not Quite in Bear Market

66% Center coverage: 15 sources
The S&P 500 fell 0.6% Thursday after easing off a deeper stumble. It's now down 18.7% from the record high it set early this year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq slipped 0.3%. The three indexes are on pace to extend a string of at least six weekly losses.See the Story
Money

Fed nominee Michael Barr calls inflation ‘far too high’

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Barr is dean of University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. He helped design the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulations after the 2008 financial crisis. The Fed is facing the difficult and high-risk task of curbing high inflation by sharply increasing interest rates without causing a recession.See the Story
Business

Fed will keep raising interest rates until it is ‘confident’ inflation is moving down, Harker says

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker: High inflation is a scourge, punishing low- and moderate-income families the most. He endorsed the Fed's plan for two additional 50-basis-point rate hikes in June and July. All of this will be dependent on where the data is, he added.See the Story
Business

Wall Street Week Ahead: As bear market looms, battered Wall St seeks elusive 'Fed put'

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
The Federal Reserve's determination to raise interest rates until it squashes the highest inflation in decades is darkening the outlook across Wall Street. At issue is the so-called Fed put, or investors' belief that the Fed will take action if stocks fall too deeply. One oft-cited example of the phenomenon occurred when the Fed halted a rate hiking cycle in early 2019.See the Story
US & Canada · Minneapolis

Minneapolis Fed: Racial minorities more likely to be denied mortgages in Twin Cities

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
A new study shows racial minorities in the Twin Cities are two to three times more likely than whites to be denied a mortgage. Donald Gorske of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, has eaten a Big Mac almost daily for 50 years. Minnesota Vikings coaching legend Bud Grant turned 95 on Friday.See the Story
Federal Reserve · Baton Rouge

Rising interest rates cause Louisiana’s job growth projections to be reduced by 40%

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Federal Reserve’s plans for aggressive interest rate hikes to tame runaway inflation are cooling off Louisiana’s job forecast.See the Story
Federal Reserve

ACLU Spearheads Letter to Fed Imploring Anonymity in Cryptocurrencies

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
12 civil advocacy organizations co-wrote a letter spearheaded by the American Civil Liberties Union and Fight For The Future. The letter was issued to the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors underscoring the need for new digital currencies to be safe and widely accessible. The Federal Reserve began consideration of launching its own digital currency as the cryptocurrency market has grown, despite volatile fluctuations in value.See the Story

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