Federal Reserve

St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said he argued for a deeper rate cut than his colleagues approved earlier this week because he fears that the economy is slowing and manufacturing “already appears in recession.”

Art Hogan predicts the Federal Reserve will disappoint the stock market by not cutting rates again this year.

The Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a quarter point Wednesday, but it also signaled its latest rate cut was meant to serve as insurance against negative hits to the economy and not part of a longer rate cutting cycle.

The Federal Reserve cuts interest rates again but central bankers are split over the outlook. Steve Liesman has more for us from the nation’s capital.

Joining us to give his perspective on the Federal Reserve’s decision and how it may impact the economy is Scott Brown, Chief Economist at Raymond James.

The Federal Reserve approved a much-anticipated quarter-point interest rate cut Wednesday but offered few indications that further reductions are ahead as members split on what to do next.

Blackstone chief investment strategist Joseph Zidle believes the Federal Reserve and markets are on a collision course over interest rates.

Federal Reserve officials began a two-day meeting on interest rates and the mixed messages on the economy are creating a lot of confusion. Steve Liesman sorts it all out for us.

Recent trade optimism sparked a rebound in stocks, but Deutsche Bank warned if there’s an escalation in the trade war, the U.S. could see a “mild recession” and interest rates falling to zero.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday continued his verbal assault on the Federal Reserve, which he blames for slowing the economy, tweeting that the central bank should cut interest rates to zero or even set negative interest rates. The president also called Fed officials “boneheads” in the tweet.

Joining us on the show is Beth Ann Bovino, Chief U.S. Economist at S&P Global Ratings, who gives us her perspective on the latest numbers of the August jobs’ report.

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday that the ongoing trade war between China and the U.S. is weighing down companies’ investment decisions.

The Federal Reserve’s Beige Book showed that the economy is growing at a modest pace but it flagged a weak spot in manufacturing. Steve Liesman reports.

It will not be long before the spread of negative interest rates reaches the U.S., former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said.

Besides the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China, investors are also keeping a close eye if the Federal Reserve will lower interest rates. Steve Liesman reports.