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The Fed may say it's bent on more rate hikes this year, but it's more likely it will cut instead, warned Austan Goolsbee, a former adviser to Obama.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer revealed which company is raking in the big bucks.
Asia markets were mixed, but largely trimmed earlier losses, despite Wall Street's fall after the Fed appeared to temper its expectations for U.S. growth.
Jim Cramer says investors are back in a world of pain after the Fed's wishy-washy statement. Time to keep some cash on the sidelines.
Stocks limp into the busiest day of the earnings season after throwing a tantrum over the Fed's cautious remarks about a slowing economy.
Although a March rate rise now looks unlikely, the Federal Reserve's dovish announcement has experts guessing as to how it will proceed.
Forget rate hikes, the Fed has opened the gate for moving in the opposite direction, says Economist Steve Blitz.
Still, analysts say any favorable change in conditions could put March back in play for the Fed's second rate hike.
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A regular old dovish statement may not be good enough for stocks.
The Fed held the line on Wednesday but this doesn't show confidence, says Bond expert Bill Gross.
The Fed needs to continue tightening, says a former Fed official. Delaying decisions will not make the path any easier.
Traders now expect the Fed to raise rates only once this year, in the second half of 2016, according to Fed funds futures contract data from the CME.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on Dec. 16.
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The Federal Reserve gave no indication that it was changing course on its rate-hiking path ahead.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Apple and why he thinks the stock is worth about $110.
Is the Fed about to give commodities a much-needed boost?
Treasury prices remained lower Wednesday afternoon after the Federal Reserve opted not to hike interest rates.
Excluding the oil patch, Joe Sullivan tells CNBC that "everything feels anything but a recession, anything but negative."