Christopher Condon

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Risk Of Big Inflation Revision Puts Policymakers, Investors On Edge

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The revisions to the consumer price index last year were large enough to cast doubt on overall inflation progress.

Yellen Says Commercial Property Is A Worry, But Regulators Are On It

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Property owners have come under pressure due to soaring borrowing costs, raising concerns about defaults.

Yellen Says Biden Would Seek Extension Of Some Trump Tax Cuts

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The Biden administration would seek to retain cuts for those earning less than $400,000, she said.

Yellen Declares Economy Has Achieved Soft Landing

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“Wage increases are running over price increases now,” she said.

Yellen Says Soft Landing Looks Good, Unemployment May Level Off

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The Treasury secretary added that she doesn't believe the Fed will need to push as harshly in lowering inflation.

Yellen Says China's Slowdown Is 'Risk Factor' For U.S. Economy

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Her comments come days after President Joe Biden blasted China's economic problems as a “ticking time bomb.”

Yellen Sees Disinflation Pressures At Work As Hiring Surge Fades

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Receding inflation has prompted economists and investors to reassess recession risks.

Biden Debt-Bill Signing Set To Unleash Tsunami Of U.S. Debt Sales

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Bank of America has estimated the issuance wave could have the same impact as a quarter-point interest-rate hike.

Debt-Limit Dangers Loom In Big Government Bills Due June 1 And 2

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A combined $97 billion in anticipated net outflows would eat up more than half of the Treasury's remaining resources.

Yellen Says U.S. Will Intervene If Needed To Protect Smaller Banks

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The current troubles are notably different than the global financial crisis more than a decade ago, she said.

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