Fed Cuts Interest Rates Again in ‘Insurance’ Move
“We took this step to help keep the economy strong in the face of global developments and to provide some insurance against ongoing risks."
Fed OKs Rollbacks of Post-Crisis Banking Rules
The Board of Governors voted 4-1 in favor of the changes, with the dissenter saying they would weaken core safeguards.
Fed to Buy Treasuries to Ease Funding Strains
The Fed's move to grow its balance sheet comes after last month's “unexpectedly intense volatility” in the funding markets.
Fed Ready for More Funding Markets Interventions
“For the foreseeable future, we’re going to be looking at doing the sorts of things we did the last two days," Fed Chair Jerome Powell says.
Minutes Show Central Bank Divided Over Rate Cut
Fed members agreed, however, that they did not want to signal new cuts.
Fed Chair Powell Signals a Rate Cut is Coming
In Powell’s testimony to Congress, he said ‘crosscurrents’ have been weighing on economic activity and the central bank will ‘act as appropriate.’
Fed Resists Pressure for Interest Rate Cut
The Fed doesn't see "a strong case for moving [rates] in either direction" amid weak inflation and solid economic growth.
Fed Shifts to ‘Patient’ Policy on Rate Hikes
The central bank indicated it will slow the pace of interest rate increases in response to changing economic conditions.
Fed Raises Benchmark Rate from 2.25% to 2.5%
Fed chair Jerome Powell calls the move "appropriate for what is a very healthy economy," but financial markets don't seem to share his confidence.
Consumer Spending Jumps 0.6% in October
U.S. shoppers are benefiting from moderate inflationary pressures, while incomes increased 0.5% last month.
Fed Hikes Rates for Third Time This Year
“My colleagues and I are doing all we can to keep the economy strong, healthy, and moving forward,” Fed Chairman Jerome Powell told reporters.