For those who understand Fed lingo, the minutes can hint at divisions or disagreements, and where Fed policy may be headed.
Five public speeches? Even for increasingly communicative central bankers, that's a lot.
The Fed presents a united front when it makes decisions, but not everyone on the Federal Open Market Committee has a say on interest rates.
The Federal Open Market Committee begins its two-day meeting today to talk interest rates. The Fed is expected to raise its target rate by a quarter of a point for the second time this year. And with unemployment reaching a new low last month and inflation creeping up, analysts expect officials to keep raising rates […]