"If the moves look random, then it potentially creates a problematic appearance. As long as they can make a credible case that they are data-dependent, they are OK."
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Former President Donald Trump will soon be tried in Manhattan for using campaign funds to pay for a woman's silence over an extramarital affair. It might turn out to be "the most followed criminal trial in American history," Law Journal columnist Bennett Gershman writes.
Minutes from late January show most FOMC members are more concerned about easing too soon than about damaging the economy through high rates.
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February purchasing managers index showed growth for a second straight month—for the first time in over a year.