Today's Fed meeting statement reiterated policymakers' plan for "ongoing increases."
Today's Fed meeting statement reiterated policymakers' plan for "ongoing increases" in the U.S. central bank's key interest rate. Coming as the Federal Reserve's rate-setting committee announced a qu… [+4752 chars]
As the Federal Reserve continues its inflation-fighting tightrope act, market moves suggest that investors may be feeling more at ease with the central bank's actions. That's not necessarily a good thing.
A look at the day ahead in markets from Stephen Culp, New York stock market reporter.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic and San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly see rates topping 5% to rein in inflation.
Investors are shifting their focus Tuesday from the stock market to Stockholm as they await a fairly rare public speaking appearance by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Economists are betting that the labor market cooled in December. That may be music to investors' ears.
"This is a recession where the Fed has the controls. When they need to ease, they can do so," former New York Fed President Bill Dudley said.
A look at the day ahead in Asian markets from Jamie McGeever.
A look at the day ahead in European and global markets from Ankur Banerjee