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Federal Reserve Board policy-makers raised interest rates for the sixth time in almost a year on May 16. What does that mean to you?
The Federal Reserve Board meeting on May 16 could bring about the first 50-basis point rate hike in years. Here are some of the reasons why — and what consumers have to say about it.
Federal Reserve Board policy-makers raised interest rates for the fifth time since last June on March 21. The move is designed to slow the economy enough that inflation doesn’t get out of control.
The Federal Reserve Board decided on Feb. 2 that even higher rates were needed to slow the economy. It raised both the federal funds rate and federal discount rate by 25 basis points.
The Federal Reserve Board has raised rates again. But what exactly does that mean and how will the changes affect you? Bankrate.com helps you sort it out.
The wall of secrecy is falling from credit scores, the three-digit numbers that determine how much consumers will pay for loans.
The Army is a microcosm of society, where young people are not educated about money and are all too eager to spend. Some Army bases, led by Fort Hood, are trying to change that.
Take advantage of the half-point rate cut by the Federal Reserve with these money moves.
Bankrate.com’s economic report shows auto loan rates set for a big drop, says Greg McBride in Your Money Outlook.