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When interest rates drop, savers feel the pinch first

by Justin Ho Sep 19, 2019
Savers can be the first to lose when the Fed lowers the interest rate.
The potential to earn in a savings account has gone down with interest rate cuts. Above, a Chase Bank in New York.
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What exactly is the repo market?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Sep 18, 2019
It's how banks borrow money overnight. And it got a little crazy this week.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks at a news conference Wednesday in Washington, D.C., about the Fed's decision to cut interest rates.
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What are negative interest rates?

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 22, 2019
While the U.S. waits on word of rate cuts, the global economy is seeing negative interest rates.
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The first rate cut in over 10 years: what a difference a decade makes

by Sabri Ben-Achour Jul 31, 2019
A global economic meltdown caused the last rate cuts. Today, the economy is far from that point.
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Why U.S. interest rates won’t go negative ... yet

by Justin Ho Jul 31, 2019
The Federal Reserve just announced it’s cutting interest rates. But in many parts of the world, interest rates are in negative territory. Given the right circumstances, U.S. rates could go negative, too.
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Your questions about the Federal Reserve and interest rates, answered

by Janet Nguyen Jul 31, 2019
How exactly do interest rates affect us? And just why is the Fed expected to cut them? We've got you covered.
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What the Fed may be weighing as it decides what to do about interest rates

by Marielle Segarra Jul 29, 2019
Unemployment is low. Consumer spending is high. But we're also in a trade war with China, and growth is slowing around the world.
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What questions do you have about the Federal Reserve?

by Marketplace Staff Jul 24, 2019
With the Fed expected to cut interest rates next week, let us know what you want us to answer about the central bank.
Jerome Powell during his confirmation hearing for Fed Chair in late 2017.
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The Boston Fed president says the economy is doing "quite well"

by Kai Ryssdal, Daniel Shin, and Daisy Palacios Jul 19, 2019
What could this mean for an interest rate cut this month?
Eric Rosengren has been serving as the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston since 2007.
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A guide to the Federal Reserve’s board of directors

by Janet Nguyen Jul 19, 2019
The Federal Reserve is a complex system that includes dozens of bankers and economic leaders. But who has influence?
A view of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
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