October 26, 2015

When will the Fed stop administering its sweet pill?

For seven years, the US central bank has kept its benchmark interest rate near zero. And while the Fed may want a shift away from ultra-cheap money, it's been hesitant to disappoint those addicted to its current policy.

No one really expects the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates for the first time since 2008 at its meeting on October 28. Read more + video.


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