The Fed is still data-dependent, and all the data points to more rate hikes.
The equilibrium interest rate has moved higher -- so the Fed has much further to go than the market expects.
Even a call from the President couldn't get the 2003 tax cuts extended last week, but it's not over yet.
How Chuck Grassley and Bill Thomas let a personal feud put growth at risk.
While partisans are distracted by immigration, tax reconciliation is quietly moving forward.
Gold may be caught up in a commodity boom, but it's also saying the Fed is still accommodative.
Bird flu theme takes flight, stock-friendly Fed news, protectionism recedes.
How can stocks and interest rates make new highs at the same time?