Fed's credibility rose with policy shift despite consensus reaction to the contrary.
With the global economy still not at its strongest, many central banks have continued to keep interest rates low — is now the right time to turn to futures?
Trading in Federal Funds Rate futures now indicates a 26% change the central bank will double interest rates in June, to a range of 0.5% to 0.75%.
The Fed left clues that it's in no hurry to raise rates; one economist says the central bank may be worried that a 'bizarre' presidential campaign will hurt hiring.
Once again, the Federal Reserve finds that 'what's right' for short-term interest rates is open to debate. Banks would benefit from a hike, but other companies and consumers may not.
The best ammunition for the Fed would be for the central bank to get its balance sheet under control.
Goldman Sachs offers savings account holders a 1.05% annual yield, beating Bank of America, Citibank, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase.
The weight of the data say May's jobs report was a fluke. No rate hike this week, but the outlook hasn't really changed
The company, which has acquired six banks in the past year, could restart share buybacks for the first time in nine years.
Weak U.S. payroll numbers and signs of recovery in the eurozone continue to push the currency higher, but for how long?
The Federal Reserve is actively considering raising interest rates this summer, but that may not buoy credit-card issuers American Express, Discover, and Capital One as much as you think.
As the Federal Reserve gets closer to publishing rules on final capital requirements for U.S. banks from Goldman Sachs to Bank of America, analysts predict big shareholder payouts lie ahead.
The Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates during their June meeting due to the weak employment report, giving homeowners another opportunity to refinance.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen says the central bank may increase interest rates further before the U.S. economy reaches its growth targets; she cautioned against overemphasizing a single gloomy jobs report.
The timing of when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again will impact consumers with outstanding credit card and student loans.
The easiest solution for private equity firms evaluating the impact of rising rates on the companies they own is to replace some of those companies' debt with equity.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen said the U.S. is on track for more interest rate hikes and brushed off last week's dismal May jobs numbers.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren believes that the U.S. economy is still recovering, despite 'choppy' data including a sharp drop in job growth, and that gradual interest-rate hikes are appropriate.
Boeing benefited from low interest rates, which pushed forward some aircraft purchases. Even if interest rates rise, the world will still need jet aircraft, which are produced by a duopoly.
It may be time for investors to lower their expectations, a report from consulting firm McKinsey argues. A 30-year golden age fueled by extraordinary economic events is over.
The economy added only 38,000 jobs in May, the fewest since consistent job growth began in 2010, but the unemployment rate fell to 4.7%, the lowest since November 2007.
Rising rates are typically bullish for airlines, signalling a growing economy and higher demand for travel. But this has been an odd cycle, and this raise is likely a non-event.
If the Fed raises rates in June, the impact is likely to be immediate, though slight, on motorists, shoppers, dealers and automakers like Ford and General Motors.
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