In this podcast, find out why it’s a tossup what the Federal Reserve will do next year.
Officials are still talking about waiting a “considerable time” and have added a P-word.
The Fed is likely to modify the phrasing of its policy statement to signal that an increase in the targeted federal funds rate is not a “considerable time” off in the future.
For anyone keenly interested in the nation’s economy and financial markets, a full-fledged Federal Reserve meeting is a little like a present at holiday time. You’re not exactly certain what you’ll get, but you’ll have more than you had before. Whether the information is actually useful a year from now is uncertain. This week’s Fed
The retail report is the proverbial hot mess of numbers because of sales by auto dealers and gas stations, both moving in opposite directions.
Economic reports on tap for Thanksgiving week may leave Americans wanting more.
Fed policymakers apparently spent considerable time hashing over the words “considerable time.”
Now that the Fed has finished buying up bonds, is it getting ready to raise rates?
The Federal Reserve is done purchasing assets to stimulate the economy. What’s next?
The Fed’s “QE3″ bond-buying program is expected to come into dock this week.