Pete Benson, partner at Beacon Capital Management, explains whether the Greek crisis could change the Fed's timeline for raising interest rates.» Read More
Thomas Jordan, chairman of the Swiss National Bank (SNB), discusses today's rate decision, telling CNBC that the country's inflation and economic outlook remains unchanged.
Two traders discuss the difficulty of assessing just how much a Greek default would affect markets.
After Norges Bank cut its key rate, Thomas Harr, global head of FICC research at Danske Bank, warns there may be short-term weakness in the krone.
Elvira Nabiullina, governor of the Central Bank of Russia, tells CNBC she doesn't see risks relating to a potential U.S. rate hike.
Those expecting further swingeing rate cuts from Russia as the country’s inflation slows, or a Fed style bond-buying program, may be disappointed.
Elvira Nabiullina, governor of the Central Bank of Russia, tells CNBC they are targeting the rate of inflation, rather than a specific level for the ruble.
While recent monetary policy actions have been supportive, Russia's economy remains in a weaker position, says David Staples, managing director at Moody's.
Wellian Wiranto, economist at OCBC, says Bank Indonesia (BI) should stand pat on monetary policy due to issues surrounding inflation and the country's current account deficit.
Markets may be bracing for another emerging markets tantrum as a Fed rate hike nears, but some say now is the time to swoop up those currencies.
The central bank is likely to raise rates this year, and while it left the door open for a second hike in 2015 it is clearly still worried about the economy.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen responds to a question of whether there will be a rate hike this year and the IMF's suggestion that the Fed should not hike rates this year.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen responds to a question about the Fed's balance sheet and whether 'gradual' is the new official guidance from the Fed.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen answers the question about whether the Fed should have raised rates sooner in the 2004-2006 cycle. She also responds to the audit the Fed move that seems to be building in Congress.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen answers the question about how people should know when the Fed criteria for employment and inflation are met.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen says the pace of job gains has picked up and that downward pressure on inflation is abating. Conditions for a rate hike have not yet been achieved, she says.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen answers the question about whether rate hikes will occur in 2015 or 2016.
The Fed's latest statement suggests there won't be any rate action this summer, says Ron Insana.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on April 29.
Keeping a tight lid on its future intentions, the Federal Reserve on Wednesday held interest rates steady at zero.
The European Central Bank raised the ceiling on Greece's liquidity assistance to 84.1 billion euros, according to reports.