More Interest Rates Articles

  • House GOP bill turns to Bush economist to rein in Fed

    House Republicans are trying again to rein in the Federal Reserve, this time with a bill that would force the central bank to explain its monetary policy decisions to Congress.

  • Bank of England leaves interest rates steady

    LONDON (AP) — The Bank of England has kept interest rates steady at a record low of 0.5 percent and refrained from pumping more money into the economy even as the recovery gathers strength. Thursday's decision was widely expected, even after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney startled...

  • Why Janet Yellen won't raise rates to prevent another financial bubble

    There's no financial bubble right now worrisome enough to justify raising interest rates, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen reasserted Wednesday.

  • Federal Reserve takes a step toward ushering out stimulus

    The Federal Reserve moved closer to ushering out its massive quantitative easing program Wednesday, announcing that it would reduce its monthly stimulus by $10 billion.

  • Think tank: Refinancing would cost taxpayers $1,200-$3,200 per student borrower

    It would cost taxpayers thousands of dollars per borrower for the government to refinance student loans, according to the American Action Forum. In a new analysis, the right-leaning think tank calls the measure to allow students to refinance their college debt, proposed by Senate Democrats, "a...

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