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At some point the Federal Reserve will have to begin to shrink its huge balance sheet, but that point does not appear imminent.
The goal remains additional hikes, but the Fed is keeping its options open, says Lindsey Piegza.
With the Federal Reserve set to raise its benchmark rate Wednesday, the effects will be immediate for some, not so much for owners.
The markets widely expected the Fed would raise its benchmark interest rate a quarter point.
Yellen speaks after first rate hike this year.
One Fed rate hike down and two to go? Not so fast, says Frank Sorrentino.
See how March's dot plot for federal funds rate targets compared to December's chart.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on Feb. 1.
Jeffrey Gundlach says "the bond market is listening."
If the Federal Reserve had any doubts about raising interest rates, the government's latest inflation data should help put them to rest.
The U.S. economy is on track to grow at a 0.8 percent annualized pace in the first quarter, following the latest jobs and retail sales data.
Here's what you can expect if you are worried about what an increase in the Federal funds rate means for your finances.
As expected, the Fed raised its federal funds target rate on Wednesday, and forecasts about two more rate hikes in the rest of the year.
CNBC PRO used Kensho to find out what happened to certain industries following all the Fed hikes of the last two decades.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday ahead of a Federal Reserve rate-setting meeting in the U.S.
The economy is growing at a sluggish pace. So why should the Fed raise rates? There's one big reason, says NYT correspondent Binyamin Appelbaum.
Get ready to pay more to borrow. When it comes to economics, certainty is usually elusive, but in the case of the expected decision by the Federal Reserve to raise short-term interest rates by a quarter-point on Wednesday, the impact on consumers is clear. ''It will be a direct pass-through to credit card holders,'' said Greg McBride, chief financial analyst with...
The dollar added to losses after the Fed hiked interest rates, as expected.
Mortgage interest rates moved to the highest level since 2014.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Wednesday after the Fed announced a 0.25 point interest rate hike.
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