Fed’s Fischer Leaves Door Open for September Rate Hike
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer left open the option of an interest rate increase next month. Other officials are divided on whether to wait.
Fed Appears to Signal a Delay in September Rate Rise
FOMC minutes for July said they needed more evidence of inflation increasing.
Greenspan: Be Afraid, Bond Bubble Is Bubbling
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan says there is an “extraordinarily unstable position” in the price-to-earnings ratio.
Pay Attention, Ignore the Fed
There's a whole generation of traders who have never seen a rate increase, but normalization of interest rates can't get here soon enough for me.
Fed Says Labor Market Improves as It Moves Toward Rate Rise
The FOMC is moving closer to ending an unprecedented period of near-zero interest rates without providing a clear signal on the timing of liftoff.
Yellen Upbeat on Economy Amid GOP Attacks
Yellen rejects more oversight of Fed as House Republicans criticize her.
Yellen Maintains Outlook for First Fed Rate Hike in 2015
But "unanticipated developments could delay or accelerate this first step," the Fed chief said.
Fed Holds Rates Steady, Signals Slow Increase
Fed decision suggests economic liftoff still a ways off; 2% inflation goal not seen until the "medium term."
Dudley Says Fed Still Likely to Raise Interest Rates in 2015
U.S. central bankers are still likely to start raising interest rates this year if the labor market improves further, the New York Fed president said.
Many Fed Officials Said June Liftoff Unlikely, Minutes Show
Fed officials last month didn’t expect to raise rates in June even as they concluded that a first-quarter economic slowdown was unlikely to persist.