The Federal Reserve’s final Beige Book for the year has a quietly optimistic tone.
It looks like a Federal Reserve rate increase next month is practically a done deal.
The election of Donald Trump raises questions about the Fed chair and the next rate hike.
The October unemployment data is likely to keep the Fed on track toward a December rate hike.
And it has very little to do with the result of the election.
The Federal Reserve keeps interest rates unchanged and implies that a rate hike could come next month.
The Federal Reserve’s latest economic survey sounds like a familiar but confusing tune.
Newly-released minutes from the last Federal Reserve meeting offer more evidence of a pending rate hike.
September’s disappointing hiring wasn’t weak enough to derail a likely December rate hike.
Federal Reserve policymakers have left interest rates where they’ve been since December.