Fed Chairman Jerome Powell appears before the Congressional Joint Economic Committee this week.
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The Fed has hiked interest rates for the fourth time this year. Here’s how this major decision could affect your savings and borrowing rates.
The quarter-point hike, to a range of 2.25 percent to 2.5 percent, lifts the Fed’s benchmark rate to its highest point since 2008.
In a 30 minute conversation, Chairman Powell discusses tariffs, political pressure on the Fed and wage stagnation.
Feuding congressmen, a formula to set monetary policy and the Swedes all played a part in this epic Twitter thread. We've set it to music.
The key difference? Jerome Powell was selected by Trump and Yellen wasn't.
Victoria Guida from Politico talks about Fed Chair Janet Yellen and her possible successor.