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The U.S. central bank is hiking rates at the fastest pace in decades, impacting how much you pay to borrow and how much you earn when you save. Get advice and stay informed on what to do with your wallet.
The central bank recently hiked its key rate.
For savers, here’s what to consider when the Fed raises interest rates.
The Fed’s interest rate hikes impact credit cardholders.
Some borrowers may want to pay attention to the Fed’s rate adjustments.
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Bankrate’s latest Economic Indicator survey finds economists are revisiting Fed policy predictions.
With the best job market in decades, the Fed is wondering why there isn’t more inflation.
The Fed continues to delay any interest rate moves amid persistently low inflation.
The Fed will most likely hold interest rates steady, but here’s how it could still impact your wallet.
The Fed voted to leave interest rates alone for the second-straight meeting.
Two-thirds of economists surveyed say the U.S. central bank will increase borrowing costs again in 2019.
FOMC members were deep in debate before agreeing to lift rates again.
From trade worries to market volatility, pay attention to these trends in the new year.
Interest rates are trending higher. Here are a few reasons to be happy about it.
Learn all about Jerome Powell, who is presiding over his first FOMC policy meeting.