Fed Chair Janet Yellen tells senators the central bank is watching the effects of weather and Bitcoin.
There’s a saying that, if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. For decades, the Federal Reserve wielded only a hammer as it maintained monetary policy. Then, five years ago, it borrowed a screwdriver. Today, we saw a sign that the Fed won’t return the screwdriver it borrowed.
Former Treasury Secretary raises questions about the economy and the Fed’s current course.
Notes from the most recent Fed meeting indicate central bankers are impressed with the economy’s performance.
The new Federal Reserve boss appears content to be Bernanke 2.0 — for now.
As Ben Bernanke leaves the Federal Reserve, it’s not yet clear how his chairmanship will be remembered.
Some interest rates are already on the rise, but savers probably shouldn’t get their hopes up.
A group of private economists predicts the U.S. will see the strongest growth it’s had in several years, and that employment will rise.
CDs may not the be best deal for every saver if liquidity is a concern.
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