Forget the President. Senate may matter more for markets

By Michael P. Regan and Felice Maranz While many investors are zeroing in on the US presidential election in November, a trickier political equation could be even more important in determining winners and losers in markets: which party controls the Senate. Many political analysts at this point expect the Democratic …

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Fed to weigh near zero rates through 2023: Decision day guide

By Steve Matthews and Emily Barrett Federal Reserve officials, who recently unveiled a more relaxed strategy on inflation, have an opportunity Wednesday to back up the plan with details as they look to accelerate the US economic recovery. The Federal Open Market Committee is all but certain to keep its …

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