What will happen with inflation, interest rates and housing? Here’s what to expect in the next two years, and what could go wrong.
How does the Fed affect the rest of us? Here's an explainer, and when to expect lower prices for groceries, possibly higher unemployment, and what you can do for now
The Fed is trying to get inflation back down to 2%, but is that too low for the good of the economy?
The precise level of inflation the Federal Reserve should target is less critical for the U.S. economy than making sure prices rise in a slow and predictable manner, experts said.
New Zealand's central bank kept interest rates unchanged ahead of a national election later this month where cost-of-living pressures and economic management are top concerns of voters.
Japan's overall consumer prices rose 3.2% from a year earlier in August, staying above the Bank of Japan's inflation target for 2%, government data showed Friday.