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Stocks surged, bond yields fell and the dollar weakened as the Fed sent an unexpectedly dovish message to markets, shaving the pace of anticipated rate hikes.
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The dollar plunged Wednesday, but don't expect the euro-dollar trade to "keep ripping," Dennis Gartman said.
Stocks pop after Fed Statement.
The Federal Reserve concluded its latest meeting Wednesday, with markets anticipating the chance of an interest rate hike later this year.
Dollar strength and disappointing economic data will prevent the Fed from raising rates in 2015, "Dr. Doom" Marc Faber tells told CNBC.
Pimco's Scott Mather explains why he's sticking to his prediction that the Federal Reserve will start raising interest rates this summer.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Guess, Williams-Sonoma, Jabil & more.
Fed funds futures are now pricing in expectations for the central bank's first rate hike in October, versus a prior expectation of September.
Here's why the Fed's removal of the word "patience" from its statement shouldn't panic investors, says UBS CIO Mike Ryan.
See how March's dot plot for federal-funds rate predictions compared to the previous month.
One trader has placed on a large bullish options trade in Facebook.
Kraft, Coca-Cola and Pepsi have had a tough month, but according to one trader now is a good time to buy.
Oil producers across the country face headwinds, but majors have stressed the sanctity of the dividend, Stewart Glickman tells CNBC.
There has been no sting in the tail for investors willing to bet on US high-yield bonds during 2015, the Financial Times reports.
The manager of the largest hedge fund firm in the world is being cautious with his portfolio ahead of a potential interest rate hike.
A lock-up period expires Wednesday allowing insiders to sell up to 437 million Alibaba shares. Investors worry about further drops in the stock as insiders sell.