The Fed’s annual Economic Policy Symposium is like the Academy Awards for a certain type of economist.
A global economic meltdown caused the last rate cuts. Today, the economy is far from that point.
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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Investors look closely for signs of a rate cut or hike. Here are some examples of how his words moved the Dow.
The ratio of business debt to U.S. GDP is at historic highs. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said signs don’t point to corporate debt bringing down the whole financial system. But he also said there are some things we don’t know…
In a sharp turn from December’s forecasts, the Federal Reserve announced yesterday that it will hold short-term interest rates steady. The announcement comes amid signs of a slowing economy and weakening consumer and business spending. For workers and the housing…
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari says raising interest rates too soon could lead to a recession
The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates for the fourth time this year.
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.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said interest rates were just below neutral. We break down what that means.