What the Fed Will and Won't Do This Week
The Fed's policy making body likely won't raise rates this week, but watch for some repricing of shorter-maturity U.S. Treasury securities.
Fed Rates Are the Wrong Tool to Fight Bubbles
The idea that the Fed should raise rates to suppress asset prices is deep rooted. But the data indicates it's also a flawed idea.
Dudley says June-July Fed hike reasonable unless economy wobbles
Dudley welcomes rise in market expectations of Fed hike, says Brexit could influence timing of Fed rate hike decision.
What the Fed Statement Signals and Why
Seen as a whole, the Fed's message suggests that the data-dependent central bank is amplifying its signal that the June meeting is “live.”
Federal Reserve leaves door open for June rate increase
The benchmark interest rate was left unchanged at 0.25% - 0.5% range, while policy makers omitted the mentioning of risks in the global economy and markets.
Lessons From Japan’s Experiment With Negative Rates
Economists used to argue that "Japan couldn't happen here." That's no longer the case.
Get Ready for Another Wild Ride in Q2: Schwab Strategists
Liz Ann Sonders, Brad Sorensen and Jeffrey Kleintop say to expect market conditions similar to Q1, including plenty of volatility.
Fed scales back rate-rise forecasts as global outlook weakens
Federal Reserve officials held off from raising borrowing costs and scaled back forecasts for how high interest rates will rise this year.
Fed's next rate move splits economists looking past March FOMC
The Federal Open Market Committee will publish its policy statement at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
U.S. economy expands with wide range of wage growth, Fed says
Federal Reserve report shows that the U.S. economy continued to expand, while wage growth was described as varying widely, “from flat to strong.”