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The Fed’s favorite inflation gauge just rose at the slowest pace in more than a year

The Federal Reserve's favorite measure of inflation rose at the slowest pace in more than a year while consumer spending picked up.

Here are the officials who vote on the Federal Reserve committee that sets interest rates

President Donald Trump often blames his monetary policy frustrations on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, but rates are determined by a group of central bankers.

The Fed isn’t ruling out a rate hike this year

Federal Reserve officials expect some aspects of the economy to improve in the coming months and could still increase interest rates later in the year, minutes from its latest meeting revealed Wednesday.

Trump’s Fed shakeup could leave US policymakers’ hands tied during a recession

Economists say that Trump's potential Fed nominees could hinder the central bank's ability to respond to a recession.

Here comes the Fed…

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to hold interest rates steady on Wednesday and to signal further that it may be a while before another hike.

The market has completely flipped its expectations for the Fed

Expectations for a rate hike this year have fallen below those for a cut, according to Bloomberg data.

Stocks are up as traders shift focus to see just how ‘patient’ the Fed will be

"The prospect of low rates for longer is music to the ears of equities, as firms benefit from lower borrowing costs," said Jasper Lawler at London Capital Group.

The Fed just said it contributed to the stock market’s wild ride in December

Communications from Fed Reserve officials were among a string of factors behind the gloomy mood on Wall Street at the end of 2018.

The US just got the latest sign that it could be awhile before the next rate hike

All eyes have been on inflation following the Fed’s policy reversal last month, and the latest data suggests the central bank's approach won't change.

Janet Yellen is concerned about Trump’s public criticism of the Fed. She’s not the only one.

From tweetstorms to questions on whether Trump may fire chairman Jerome Powell, anger over rising interest rates has long been apparent in the Oval Office.