Federal Reserve officials, in their first meeting of 2018, held benchmark U.S. interest rates steady in a range of 1.25% to 1.5%, as expected.
Stock futures pointed to sharp declines as Janet Yellen prepares to preside over her last meeting as head of the Fed. Here's what you need to know Tuesday morning.
This area is set to continue to do well even if rates rise.
Increasing signs that inflation will accelerate quickly this year has investors looking for protection, but stocks should continue to outperform amid record inflows into "frothy" markets, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch.