We’re still on track for two more rate hikes this year, which means interest rates on credit cards and home equity lines of credit are set to rise.
It’s going to cost you more to carry credit card balances or take out a home loan.
The Federal Reserve has done just what it signaled it would do: Nothing.
The Federal Reserve increases a key short-term interest rate by a quarter-point.
The Federal Reserve keeps interest rates unchanged and implies that a rate hike could come next month.
Federal Reserve policymakers have left interest rates where they’ve been since December.
The central bank votes thumbs-down to an increase in interest rates, kicking the can down the road to at least September.
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.
The Fed delays another rate hike as it waits to see how the U.S. weathers economic weakness abroad and falling oil prices at home.