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The Committee notes that fiscal policy has become somewhat more restrictive, but maintains its $85 billion per month pace of bond buying. In short, current monetary policy stimulus remains full speed ahead...Stocks, bonds, gold, and the dollar are
The Federal Reserve produced no surprises on Wednesday, affirming that it would plow ahead with its efforts to stimulate the economy even as it hailed a return to moderate economic growth following a pause late last year...Bernanke, has made clear
on Wednesday, the Federal Reserve will conclude its two-day Federal Open Market Committee Meeting. We'll simultaneously get their statement and their economic forecasts. No one expects the Fed to announce a change in interest rates or its $85
During the day Russian markets as well as foreign investors will be guided by the macroeconomic news updates and oil quotation dynamics, says Investcafe analyst Yulia Voitovich. No high activity should be expected before the US Federal Open Market
The Federal Reserve looked set to keep its loose monetary policy in place this week as a shock Cyprus plan to seize bank deposits stoked fears of a reigniting eurozone banking crisis. The Fed was widely expected to announce Wednesday, after a two-day
The Federal Reserve will meet this week, and with the consensus that it will keep its ultra-loose monetary policy in place at least through year's end, a hint that stimulus measures will be tapered sooner than later could trigger a downshift in U.S.
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard Fisher said the government should break up the biggest U.S. banks rather than allow them to hold a "too-big- to-fail" advantage over smaller firms. The 12 largest financial institutions hold almost 70
The Federal Reserve Board meets next week and investors will be looking for signs that recent positive economic data might be putting pressure on board members to begin tightening fiscal policy...The Federal Open Market Committee, which sets most of
If paying America's bills were only as easy as minting a trillion-dollar coin. (Photo credit: DonkeyHotey) To quell the latest financial crisis, the Federal Reserve smashed interest rates to the floor by buying bonds with money it effectively prints.
The Federal Reserve is changing its schedule for issuing policy statements, a shift that will give Chairman Ben Bernanke an opportunity to better control the message it sends to financial markets...Four of those meetings will be followed by a