Stock market poised Thursday to turn in its best first-quarter performance since tech bubble. Can stock market keep climbing?
Government wants to give more loans to business, but the problem is consumers. They can't afford to consume until they get a bigger share of the economy.
Interest rates will stay low and the Federal Reserve signals it would take further steps to boost the economy if growth slows.
The Federal Reserve was set to let its $2 trillion pool of securities shrink. But it decided Tuesday to keep that amount steady – by buying Treasury bonds – as a way to spur economic recovery.
President Obama's nominee for second-in-command at the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, is 'dovish' on inflation – she's not likely to tighten monetary policy to counteract it.
A fire hose of US funds hasn’t ended the credit crisis. So what’s Plan B?