Equity markets made a sharp u-turn after St. Louis Fed President James Bullard suggested the Fed should delay ending its bond purchase program.
Minutes from the Fed’s September policy meeting show central bankers remain cautious in their approach toward raising interest rates and normalizing monetary policy.
Interest rates have been at ultra-low levels for six years and counting, but they aren’t going to stay there forever.
Notes from the Federal Reserve's most recent meeting as well as speeches by influential Fed policy makers highlight next week’s economic calendar.
Some influential economic analysts say wage growth is the single most important indicator to watch over the next six months.
What is the prognosis for inflation, now that two hawks at the Fed are about to step down? The data point to watch now is the M2 money supply figure published by the central bank.