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The Federal Reserve is expected to cut rates at Wednesday's meeting.
Movement in the federal funds rate can impact mortgage rates.
President Trump said he wants to see a "big" interest rate cut announced at Federal Reserve meetings this week.
Investors are currently pricing in an 86 percent chance of a quarter-basis point cut during the U.S. central bank’s meeting next week.
The ECB said it cut rates by 10 basis points to -0.5 percent, from -0.4 percent on Thursday.
President Trump wants negative rates in the U.S. What would that look like?
The ECB makes another bold move.
Central Banks around the world are in rate cutting mode.
President Trump called for zero interest rates in a new attack on the Federal Reserve.
The job cuts amount to roughly three percent of the San Francisco-based firm’s overall workforce and will impact offices nationwide.
Dimon was expecting higher, not lower rates this year.
Stocks search for direction.
The Fed will need to use tools on the "outer rim" of monetary policy during the next severe downturn.
The president tweeted he felt the Federal Reserve wasn't doing the economy any favors as China moved to stimulate their own economy due to the trade war.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell says Facebook's new cryptocurrency project has a "burden of proof to carry."
A host of blue chip companies are jumping on the cheap money bandwagon and borrowing by the billions.
Trump often criticizes the Fed, and Powell, for not lowering interest rates aggressively enough.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke at a question-and-answer session in Zurich, Switzerland on Friday.
Traders are currently forecasting a 93 percent chance of a 25 basis-point cut.