Now that he's done with his near 21-year stint as Saudi Arabia's oil minister, during which his utterances could move everything from crude to currencies and stocks worldwide, Ali al-Naimi says he doesn't want to talk about the market anymore.
The minutes of the January 31-February 1 discussion, at which the central bank voted to keep rates unchanged, also showed the depth of uncertainty at the Fed because of a lack of clarity on the new Trump administration's economic program.
The fund's board met in the wake of the court decision finding her guilty in a 2008 case dating back to her tenure as French finance minister.
It is estimated that the US has around 11 million undocumented immigrants, who face the risk of deportation.
The landlocked nation saw a double-digit annual growth rate over 2011-2013 as foreign investors rushed in to take advantage of its vast untapped mineral deposits.
Many central banks, like the BoJ, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, have adopted unconventional monetary easing steps since the global financial crisis in 2008.
The Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) is just one of two studies that the US central bank conducts yearly.
Faster US growth and low unemployment could lead to more US interest rate hikes, while inflation in the United States has begun to approach the threshold which would also trigger monetary tightening, she said.
Trump's temporary immigration ban, the most contentious policy move of his first two weeks in offices, faces crucial legal hurdles.
The nation's largest cattle firm Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) is one of the local firms in the sector that has regularly been hiring tech-savvy youngsters.
In dramatic scenes over the past week, outraged demonstrators flocked to airports to support refugees and migrants trapped there or unable to board flights to the United States.
These investments would create opportunities for both domestics and foreign companies to supply equipment and services profitably in this massive infra-modernisation plans, one of the experts said.
The tech industry also has other issues where it may find itself opposed to Trump, including trade policy and cyber security.
Mr Trump said a "wave" of manufacturing is now headed back to the US and warned the CEOs of consequences if they shift jobs abroad.
The government will now seek a vote in Parliament authorizing the use of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which would start the two-year process of removing Britain from the 28-nation EU.
The agreement, seen as a counter to China's rising economic influence, was promoted by Washington and aimed to set trade rules for the 21st century. Although signed in 2015, it has not yet gone into effect.
The billionaire businessman and reality television star promised to stir a "new national pride" and protect America from the "ravages" of countries he says have stolen US jobs.
The pace of decision-making is "faster in China than us", Mr Gadkari said, adding that therefore, it happens at times that there is an opportunity but someone else takes it away.
Top economic leaders hoped that 'revolution' in Washington - referring to Donald Trump assuming office of the US President from Friday - would not be as bad as was feared.
Repeating its standard guidance, the bank said rates would stay at their current or lower levels for an extended period and it was also ready to increase or extend it bond purchases if the outlook worsens.