The Federal Reserve, taking a fresh look at the economic tea leaves, has decided that a cocktail of record-low interest rates and billions of dollars in monthly asset purchases is still warranted.
Ben Bernanke, Martin Greunberg and four other top regulators are named in a new lawsuit for the unsuccessful enactment of the Volcker rule.
Banks do better in the latest rounds of stress tests designed to measure how they’d fair in an another economic free fall.
The Federal Reserve won’t adjust the Durbin Amendment caps on debit card swipe fees.
In a testy exchange at a Senate hearing, one senator accused the Federal Reserve of throwing savers “under the bus.” But is the Fed to blame for low CD rates?
The Federal Reserve proposed new rules to govern U.S. operations of large interconnected foreign banks.
The latest economic roundup from the Federal Reserve suggests that much of the nation is going about its business without much concern.
The jobs market held steady in December even as Congress wrangled over tax increases and spending cuts.
If you are thinking of getting a mortgage and want to know what will happen to mortgage rates next year, keep your eyes on the Fed.
Fed Gov. Daniel Tarullo joins the growing chorus of heavy hitters calling for “too-big-to-fail” banks to be cut down to size.