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Mexico's central bank is held its benchmark interest rate steady Thursday in a policy announcement as inflation cools and after a breakthrough on NAFTA was reached.
The Federal Reserve announced an interest-rate increase after a two-day policy meeting. Wednesday's news is all about what Fed officials, including Chairman Jerome Powell, say about the future of the US economy and interest rates.
The European Central Bank left its monetary policy entirely unchanged at the September meeting of its governing council on Thursday, as had been expected.
The annual Jackson Hole conference kicks off today — here’s what to expect from the elite summer retreat for the world’s central ban...
This year's symposium is focused on the topic of "Changing Market Structure and Implications for Monetary Policy."
IT’S OFFICIAL: The bull market in stocks is now the longest ever. Here are the 4 main reasons it broke the record.
The equity bull market is now the longest on record, at 3,453 days. The benchmark S&P 500 has surged a whopping 323% over the period, and it has four main drivers.
Trump blasts Fed interest rate hikes after reportedly complaining about Chairman Jerome Powell at a GOP fundraiser in the Hamptons
President Donald Trump criticized the Federal Reserve's interest-rate hikes during a private GOP fundraiser in Southampton, New York, according to a new report. Trump apparently complained about Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's decision to move forward with rate hikes.
Britain's central bank increased rates from 0.5% to 0.75%, taking the UK's base rate of interest to its highest level since March 2009.
The Federal Reserve held its benchmark interest rate unchanged Wednesday and reaffirmed its plans to continue raising borrowing costs at a gradual pace.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced Wednesday that he would hold press conferences after every policy meeting instead of quarterly. "This change is only about improving communications," Powell said.
This was the seventh interest-rate hike since late 2015, when the Federal Reserve first began lifting interest rates from almost zero. It kept borrowing costs that low after the financial crisis to encourage businesses and consumers to spend and grow the economy.