The Fed surprised most everyone by essentially doubling-down on its dovish policy of keeping interest rates at near-zero for the foreseeable future.
Sharply lower oil prices are likely a temporary event and not expected to impact the Fed’s long-term thinking.
Everyone knows there's 'slack' in the labor market, the question is how it will impact the central bank's decision on timing and trajectory of interest-rate hikes.
The Fed has to figure out how to rid itself of a four-word phrase -- "for a considerable period" -- that lies at the center of a much broader debate raging within the central bank.
The most interesting thing about QE is that the experimental policy is defined not by what did happen as a result of all the money-printing and bond-purchasing, but rather by what didn’t happen.
The scariest aspect of a new plan to ease home lending requirements is once-again allowing borrowers to put down as little as 3% for a down payment.
Stock market volatility comes with the territory. It needn’t be feared and, in fact, can be worked to investors' advantage.
The likelihood of a big early bump in Alibaba's stock price after it debut's Friday should scare off any and all retail investors.
Philly Fed President Charles Plosser's lone dissent gives voice to a much larger debate taking place over when and how the Fed should raise interest rates....
As the Fed walks a balancing act between healthy and harmful inflation, consumers are starting to feel the pinch.