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Explore the latest news and commentary on the Federal Reserve, and learn how the decisions that are made during their meetings impact your money and the broader economy.
Experts all along had anticipated higher inflation this year, though the question is how long it will last.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the U.S. will run out of cash to pay its bills on Oct. 18.
The Fed’s massive bond-buying program won’t last forever. Here’s what to expect once the taper begins.
Here’s where the nation’s top economists see hiring, the Fed and inflation heading over the next year.
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That’s led the majority of economists to say risks are tilted toward the downside.
It’s the first emergency move since October 2008, during the Great Recession.
With markets swooning, all eyes are now turning to the Fed.
The chief executive’s claims weren’t wholly correct — even if they ended up being right.
The Federal Reserve may be on hold, but that doesn’t mean your financial goals should be.
What will get the Fed off the sidelines?
The Fed is expected to leave rates untouched, but mortgage rates are changing with world events.
The Fed will stay on the sidelines for an extended period, experts predict.
With the Fed likely holding steady on rates for now, short-term CDs still look like a good option.
Will the new voting members be hawkish or dovish on rates?