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Will the interest-rate setters sit on their hands? A look ahead to the March 19 meeting of the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee.
The Fed chairman’s remarks pushed Treasury yields higher — and mortgages followed.
The consumers have done their part, the Fed chairman says. Now it’s up to others to help the economy recover.
The latest interest rate move from the Federal Open Market Committee.
Not fluent in Fed? Here’s the plain-English translation.
Rate changes by the Fed affect mortgages, credit card debt, auto loan rates and savings differently. We look at how the changes affect an average couple’s finances.
Want to lower your borrowing costs and raise your interest income? Use these strategies.
After Alan Greenspan’s latest speech, pundits predict the Fed won’t touch rates after all.
After 11 rate cuts in 2001, rates are at or near their low points in this cycle. Use these strategies to minimize overall borrowing costs and maximize savings returns.