Market's initial response is positive as Fed holds rates steady and hints at cuts to come.
The Fed's monetary-policy committee voted to keep the benchmark U.S. interest rate at 2.25% to 2.5%, but warned of risks to the U.S. economy and dropped a pledge to remain 'patient' on future rate cuts.
Matthew Cheslock, a trader at Virtu Financial, breaks down what he's thinking about the Federal Reserve's decision to leave interest rates unchanged.
Pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger weighs in on Boeing 737 Max crashes, stating that pilots should get new simulator training, while speaking in front of Congress Wednesday.
Real Money contributor Doug Kass breaks down how investors should be positioning their portfolios in order to protect themselves from paradigm shifts in the market.
Jim Cramer has some thoughts on Adobe's quarter and the CEO's comments about how we are 'in the golden age of creativity.'
President Trump has an idea of what he wants in a national economic policy. Here's a hint: It's not what Powell is doing currently.
If the country is a company, then is Jerome Powell on an episode of the Apprentice? Here's what Jim Cramer thinks.
Jim Cramer's breaking down what investors need to know about the safety of Jerome Powell's job, Adobe's ADBE quarter and what it means for retailers and whether or not CBS and Viacom VIA are getting serious about a possible merger.
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