The Fed shelves a June hike in the federal funds rate — the rate at which banks and credit unions lend reserves to other institutions overnight.
Policymakers at the Federal Reserve have opted to keep interest rates frozen.
Instead of raising interest rates again, the Federal Reserve has chosen to chill.
The Fed chose not to jump out of the bushes with a rate surprise in this Halloween week.
Janet Yellen and her Federal Reserve team have decided that now is not the time for a rate hike.
Janet Yellen and her Federal Reserve colleagues are still looking for the right time to raise interest rates.
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The federal funds rate will remain ultralow, targeting between zero and 0.25 percent.
Seeing continued expansion of the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve has scaled back its monthly asset purchases.
The Federal Reserve will cut back on monthly asset purchases and will keep rates low far into the future.