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Can ChatGPT decode what the Federal Reserve is saying?
We ran some of the statements Fed Chair Jerome Powell made at his press conference this week.
Fed raises key interest rate but hints it may pause amid bank turmoil
The Fed’s rate increases over the past 14 months, aimed at quelling inflation, have elevated the cost of loans and heightened the risk of a recession.
What to look for in the Fed's latest meeting minutes
Fed watchers pore over the document in minute detail in search of clues about future rate hikes.
Fed ups rates by quarter percentage point amid inflation worries and a bank crisis
Jerome Powell says the Fed is committed to getting inflation down to 2%.
All eyes are on the Federal Reserve's next move in this "wobbly" economic moment
The inflation threat calls for one type of action, and the banking turmoil calls for another. How will the Fed respond?
When it comes to inflation, monetary policy might not be getting the job done
"It's clear there have been some shifts in the economy that just make their policies less effective," says Neil Irwin of Axios.
How much should we trust "seasonally adjusted" numbers these days?
January was an outlier for jobs, spending and inflation — but can we rely on seasonally adjusted data when the past three Januarys have been so weird?
Resurgent economy foils Fed inflation fight
Strong consumer spending and job gains so far in 2023 spur Fed Chair Powell to double down on rate hikes.
Buckle up for a big economics week in Washington
Fed Chair Jerome Powell testifies on Capitol Hill tomorrow and Wednesday. President Biden is set to release a budget outline on Thursday, and we get February jobs numbers this Friday.
The Federal Reserve's economic policy powers might be limitless, but should they?
In her book "Limitless," New York Times reporter Jeanna Smialek asks how the Fed arrived at this powerful state.