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Inside the Economy with SH&J: September 26, 2016

It is no surprise that the Fed elected not to raise interest rates this month, although the Consumer Price Index is creeping back to the level the Feds are seeking. 70 more words

Economy

Scant Evidence to Support Trump’s Attacks on the Fed

An array of experts rejected Donald Trump’s accusations that Janet Yellen, the Fed’s chairwoman, is holding down interest rates for political reasons.

Published: September 28, 2016 at 02:00PM… 7 more words

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Kashkari Says Declining To Raise Interest Rates Was The 'Right Move'

The Federal Reserve made the “right move” in deciding last week to leave interest rates unchanged, a top Fed official said on Monday, because inflation remains low and more workers are returning to the labor force. 254 more words

Finance

Stocks Rally After Fed Stands Pat

WEEKLY UPDATE – SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

Stocks rallied again last week after the Federal Reserve voted not to raise interest rates this month. While few expected the Fed to act last week, official statements suggest the path to higher rates looks clearer. 1,474 more words

Market Update

The Great Blessings of Cash

Paper money offers the benefits of anonymity, immediate payment, no identity theft, and no transaction charges. Government also benefits by printing notes with much greater value than the cost of the paper. 906 more words

Economics

Record-low interest rates here to stay

Financial analysts say record-low interest rates are here to stay for the rest of the year.

The Reserve Bank of Australia board meets next week and is expected to keep the cash rate at a record low 1.5 percent. 203 more words

Politics

Getting and checking your credit reports

Your credit report is a document provided by one of the three major credit reporting agencies (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax) that lists all of your open and closed lines of credit. 506 more words

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