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The Fed is not the only one worried about global growth. Weakness in emerging markets is likely to weigh on the S&P 500's earnings potential this year according to Barclays.
The Federal Reserve has sent a message to investors: it is more concerned about global growth than it had let on.
Investors should not gather up gold just yet, despite a rally that sent it nearly 2 percent higher, one strategist said.
Now that the Federal Reserve has made its decision—for better or worse—it's time to turn to what really matters.
One options trader found a clever way to cash in on the Fed call.
The Fed avoided a market selloff by not raising rates in September, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Friday.
The dovish central bank may have just injected a bit more volatility into markets as it held off raising rates.
CNBC Pro reached out to market experts to find out how they would trade after the Fed decision.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Emerging markets are expected to enjoy a relief rally as the Fed delays the inevitable rate hike, but gains are likely to be fleeting.
"I don't see how enough changes for them to move by December," former New York Fed Executive Vice President Dino Kos tells CNBC.
After the Fed announcement to keep rates unchanged, one trader says it's time to buy back into these sectors.
Jim Cramer shares his reaction to the Fed's decision not to raise rates, and why investors should expect higher prices.
Short seller Bill Fleckenstein says markets could be heading for a "pretty nasty decline."
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Wells Fargo, who comments on the Fed's decision not to raise rates and goal for the big bank.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal what they're watching following the Fed decision on interest rates.
Investors can get whipsawed by the stock market at times. Experts tell how to enjoy the ride.
Jim Cramer explains why the Fed could leave rates unchanged, thanks to technology innovation that allows for high paying jobs to be cut.
Fed didn't move, but did surprise.
See how September's dot plot for federal-funds rate targets compared to that of June.