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  1. Asia's Next Headache: Trump Vs. The Fed

    by , 12-22-2018 at 01:50 PM
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    The sheer nuttiness of a U.S. leader savaging his hand-picked Fed chairman is sure to unnerve markets as 2019 approaches.

  2. How The Rate Hike Will Affect Your Wallet: Student loans, Mortgages, Savings accounts and Credit cards

    by , 12-25-2015 at 11:45 AM
    The Federal Reserve has decided to raise interest rates by 0.25%. Here's what the move means for your student loans, mortgages, credit cards, and all other facets of your wallet.

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    Bankrate’s McBride noted that adjustable-rate mortgages only adjust once per year — so it’s not as if you will see your payments fluctuating on a monthly basis. However, this means that “the Fed could raise rates two or three times becore your rate adjusts. Then ...
  3. The Federal Reserve Wouldn't Be Crazy To Delay A Rate Hike Into 2016

    by , 12-16-2015 at 11:57 AM
    Ben Bernanke waited for certainty before making changes to monetary policy. Under Bernanke, the Fed took far longer than expected to taper its third round of bond buying. Yellen and members of the FOMC, although they would surely send markets scrambling, might not be entirely crazy to ask for more time before raising rates.

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    Two justifications for raising rates are steady jobs gains over the course of 2015, which have brought the unemployment ...
  4. When will it begin to raise interest rates? Some say next summer

    by , 08-26-2014 at 06:44 AM
    All eyes are on the Fed. When will it begin to raise interest rates? Some say next summer. Others think sooner, in the first quarter of next year. A few Fed governors insist that will be too late, that the Fed needs to act before year-end.

    Analysts hoped some hints could be gleaned by reading between the lines of Fed Chair Yellen’s speech in Jackson Hole on Friday morning, or perhaps from nuances in her tone of voice.

    That is how much investors, who despised the Fed ...