The Fed is reportedly moving away from its original plan to unwind the unprecedented easing program it launched after the 2008 financial crisis.
Transcripts from 2008 Fed meetings divulge publicly, for the first time, details of decisions made by the central bank during the height of the financial crisis.
The Fed didn’t let a lousy jobs report or recent turbulence in emerging markets get in the way of its plan to gradually scale back its easy-money policies.
Ben Bernanke’s tumultuous tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve effectively concluded Wednesday with the Fed’s policy-making body deciding to continue reducing its monthly bond-buying program...
As the Fed's policy-setting board meets, it's being confronted with tepid economic data and scary emerging-market issues.