As it gets ready to look at interest rates again, the Fed says the economy is OK.
A report released ahead of the Fed’s interest rate decision indicates the U.S. economy is doing OK.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says higher rates are “likely” this year as the Fed releases an upbeat survey.
A Fed survey shows the economy is growing but probably not ready for a rate hike.
The Federal Reserve relies heavily on the words “modest” and “moderate” in describing economic activity around the country over the past six weeks. The Beige Book economic survey, prepared for the late April meeting of Fed policymakers, points fingers at a variety of factors that have been dampening growth. Some issues, such as the since-resolved
The Fed sees falling oil prices as good news and bad news for the economy.
The Fed sees positive impacts from cheaper gasoline but is not so upbeat about raises.
A new Fed report finds improvement in the economy, though not necessarily in paychecks.
The Federal Reserve finds plenty of signs of a rebound from the winter slump.
A new Fed survey indicates the economy is picking up steam but still has issues.