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Deputy Global Economics Editor — The Wall Street Journal

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How Economic Officials in Washington Are Responding to ‘Brexit’

blogs.wsj.com — The outcome of the British referendum, with a majority backing a U.K. exit from the European Union, is rattling investors around the world and giving markets a rocky day. Here's how some key institutions in Washington are looking at the uncertainty on Friday. White House: The Obama administration wanted the U.K.

Fed Interest-Rate Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference-Live Updates

blogs.wsj.com — The Federal Reserve wraps up a two-day meeting Wednesday with new economic forecasts, a policy statement and a quarterly press conference from Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen. Follow all the action here live as it unfolds throughout the day.

Real-Time Economic Data Could Be a Game Changer

wsj.com — The world of economic data may be headed for a substantial revision. Private companies are deploying new technology to overhaul a half-century-old approach to tracking changes in the global economy, promising constantly- updated gauges to guide major corporations, hedge funds and governments. The latest entrant, Premise Data Corp., is the...

Fed Chief Janet Yellen’s Report to Congress-Live Analysis

blogs.wsj.com — Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen visits lawmakers Wednesday and Thursday for two days of congressional testimony, offering her views publicly for the first time since the central bank raised interest rates. Follow all the action here as it unfolds.

The 2010 FOMC Laugh Track: Fed Officials Try to Joke About an Uncertain Upturn

blogs.wsj.com — America's central bankers entered 2010 with a better economic environment than they faced a year earlier. But the year proved to be a struggle, leading the Federal Reserve to launch its second round of bond-buying by the end of the year.

Fed Interest-Rate Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference-Live Analysis

blogs.wsj.com — HAPPY FEDNESDAY! Welcome to the greatest Fed show on earth. It's a big day for the central bank, poised to raise interest rates after pinning them near zero seven years ago today.

Janet Yellen’s Congressional Testimony-Live Analysis

Federal Reserve Interest Rate Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference-Live Blog

blogs.wsj.com — PROGRAMMING NOTES Thanks for joining us for another Fed funfest here on Real Time Economics. We've got an incredible team lined up to help you follow the Fed decision and analyze what it means for the global economy and markets. The Fed releases its statement and latest economic projections at 2 p.m.

August Jobs Came in Low-By 1/33 of a Percentage Point

blogs.wsj.com — The August jobs report, showing nonfarm payrolls up 173,000, came in shy of economists' expectations for a gain of 220,000. If a difference of 47,000 sounds big, take a step back with us. The monthly gain in total payrolls in August was 0.1217%.

Economists Found a Problem and Devised a Solution Only Economists Would Come Up With

blogs.wsj.com — The National Bureau of Economic Research, a nonprofit organization based in Cambridge, Mass., is known to some of the public as the nation's semiofficial arbiter of business cycles. It's usually in the news for determining when recessions start and end. For economists and people who follow them, NBER is the most important clearinghouse for economic research.
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Sep 26, 2016

RT @NKingofDC: Big stuff that went unmentioned: The Wall Obamacare Clinton Foundation Deplorables Immigration Two more debates to go.

Sep 26, 2016

Trump on not paying taxes in some years: “That makes me smart.” “It would be squandered, too, believe me.”  http://on.wsj.com/2cGZ2q0 

Sep 26, 2016

RT @mkraju: 18 of 20 voters in CNN focus group in Florida say Clinton won debate tonight, @PamelaBrownCNN reports

Sep 26, 2016

Hillary Clinton's long history of pushing the Trans-Pacific Partnership, at least before it was finalized:  http://on.wsj.com/2cGMVcp  #debates

Sep 26, 2016

Most economists say the biggest recent trade-related threat to jobs—the rapid rise of China—is mostly behind us.  http://on.wsj.com/2cGMEX0 

Sep 26, 2016

China's currency was once a big problem for the U.S. Now, a slowing Chinese economy actually poses a greater risk.  http://on.wsj.com/2cbyzxd 

Sep 26, 2016

When your Twitter feed explodes and becomes worthless during the debate, turn to our @WSJ live blog #debatenight  http://on.wsj.com/2cGKk2a 

Sep 26, 2016

Clinton and Trump positions on finance including Dodd-Frank, bank break-ups, bank bailouts, hedge funds and more  http://graphics.wsj.com/elections/2016/where-do-clinton-and-trump-stand-on-wall-street/ 

Sep 26, 2016

Clinton and Trump positions on education, gay rights, abortion, courts, health care, gun control, crime and family:  http://www.wsj.com/graphics/elections/2016/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-on-social-issues/ 


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