The FOMC reduced its balance sheet by $37.91 billion this month, and its quantitative tightening could trigger deflationary forces in the stock market.
The U.S. bond market is suffering and consumer price inflation is above the Fed’s 2 percent target.
Real estate is in a bull market and mortgage rates have increased 4.72 percent, a level not seen since May 2011.
Why did the Fed reject a deal of bank newcomer The Narrow Bank and what does this mean for American taxpayers?
Gold recovers a bit after the Fed increased interest rates, but the boost in U.S. dollar sent it plunging before it edged higher at the end...
The U.S. dollar might be at a stagnant place for the rest of the year.
Despite the spending of consumers seemingly slowing down, their confidence is on the uptick.
Dow Jones plunged at a rate of 6.71 percent, following a benign inflation brought about by Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.
The national debt of the U.S. is on the rise again and going beyond the $20 trillion mark.
LIBOR stands for London Interbank Offered Rate. It is the average interest rate estimated by banks in order to borrow money from one bank to another.