John Ydstie John Ydstie has covered the economy, Wall Street and the Federal Reserve for NPR for nearly three decades.
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Volkswagen Continues To Deal With Fallout From Emissions Cheating Scandal

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Federal Reserve Officials Leave Interest Rates Steady

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Fed Cites Global Concerns In Vote To Leave Interest Rates Unchanged

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Fed To Begin Closely Watch 2-Day Meeting On Interest Rates

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Mark Patterson, owner of PATCO Construction in Sanford, Maine, said his company lost more than $500,000 to cyberfraud. John Ydstie/NPR hide caption

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When Cyberfraud Hits Businesses, Banks May Not Offer Protection

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Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer speaks during a Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System meeting in July. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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August Jobless Data To Influence Fed's Decision On Hiking Interest Rates

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U.S. Reacts Warily To Devaluation Of Chinese Currency

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Jobs Numbers Suggest A Healthy Economy — And May Let Fed Nudge Rates Up

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Shell Announces Plans To Eliminate 6,500 Jobs

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China's Stock Market Suffers Largest Drop In 8 Years

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Health Insurer Anthem To Buy Rival Cigna For Nearly $50 Billion

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President Obama signs the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul bill in Washington on July 21, 2010. Five years later, debate over the effectiveness of the legislation continues. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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5 Years Later, Legacy Of Financial Overhaul Still Being Weighed

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A man walks past a poster advertising travel to Tehran, Iran, in Los Angeles on July 14. A nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers lifts some sanctions against Iran, but most U.S. sanctions will remain in place. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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What Lifting Iran's Sanctions Means For U.S. Businesses

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Janet Yellen Tells House Panel Interest Rate Hike Likely Later This Year

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