Interest Rates

Ylan Mui reports from Washington where the latest minutes report of the Federal Reserve meeting shows a division regarding policy going forward.

Steve Liesman reports on the latest comments Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell made and why it’s important to investors.

The Federal Reserve will soon start growing its balance sheet again, a response in part to the jolt to overnight lending markets in September, Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday.

Joining us on the show is Samuel Coffin, a Senior U.S. Economist at UBS, who gives us his analysis on the latest jobs report.

Chances of a rate cut by the Federal Reserve later this month rose after disappointing services reading fueled fears that the economic slowdown would tip the U.S. into a recession.

President Donald Trump again attacked the Federal Reserve on Tuesday after the weakest U.S. manufacturing reading in 10 years.

The Federal Reserve is expected to resume its balance sheet expansion in response to demand for bank reserves.

President Donald Trump’s blistering and persistent attacks on the Fed are influencing how markets see interest rates and threatening the central bank’s independence, according to a new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Jack Albin, Founding Partner and CIO at Cresset Capital, joins us on the show and gives us his analysis on what was a volatile week with the markets.

Steve Liesman reports on how a federal reserve official makes an unusual call highlighting the rise of co-working spaces as a new source for financial instability.

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.