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The Federal Open Market Committee released its quarterly economic forecast, which includes the so-called dot plot of where members anticipate interest rates to head.
The Fed's program to reduce the bonds it holds on its balance sheet will end in six months, a move scrutinized by financial markets.
Here's a breakdown of what Wednesday's Fed decision means for your bank account, mortgage, credit card, student loan balance and car payment.
In a unanimous move, the central bank's policymaking committee took a sharp dovish turn from policy projections just three months earlier.
Trump's comments come amid conflicting reports about how close the world's two largest economies are to reaching a deal and just what China is willing to concede.
Long-shot Democratic candidate Andrew Yang has proposed a $1,000 monthly stipend to Americans 18 and older, but he's looking to tackle other issues.
Should the policymaking Federal Open Market Committee not deliver on market expectations, the result may not be pretty.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note dove to its lowest level since Jan. 2018 after the Fed suggested it's not likely to hike rates again this year.
Bank stocks led the Dow's decline on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve slashed its rate-hike outlook for 2019 to zero.
A list of interns who worked on President Donald Trump's new "Economic Report of the President" includes the "real-life" names of Batman, Spider-Man and Captain America, "Monty Python" member John Cleese, and "Star Trek" character Kathryn Janeway.
Robert Shiller says that the state of the economy, housing and stock markets, combined with continued low interest rates, could mean the U.S. is due for a recession. However, he says that human behavior makes it very difficult to make predictions.
It is unclear how much of the drop in popularity can be attributed to the representative's opposition to Amazon's plans to build an office in New York.
Dutch historian Rutger Bregman told CNBC on Tuesday that higher tax rates in the U.S. are "necessary to tame this beast we call capitalism."
The average forecast for GDP growth this year is just 2.3 percent because of the trade battle and slowing global growth, the March survey found.
Sales of Ford's large SUVs are a bright spot for a company that has had to make some cuts.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Tuesday, as investors monitored the start of a two-day Federal Reserve meeting.