Members unanimously kept the interest rate and asset-buying steady, noting that the jobless rate was not a "trigger" for policy decisions.
The Fed’s decision about its bond-buying program and clues to future monetary policy will be front and center for investors.
It's been a long time coming, but it finally looks like the Fed will slow down quantitative easing, but at whose expense and whose gain?
The analysts combined nine mostly quantitative methods to come up with the noteworthy 1900 figure.
Alan Valdes, vice president of trading at DME Securities, discusses the Fed chairman's legacy and when the FOMC will taper QE.
What's more, July's job growth was revised substantially downward - the exact opposite of what's needed for Fed stimulus reduction.
The Bank of Japan said the economy is witnessing a moderate recovery and reiterated its commitment to a 2 percent inflation target.
Doubts are growing about the ability of the U.S. economy to maintain its rather modest recovery, and that may delay Fed stimulus removal.
Price inflation in the auto market is slowing. You can thank Japan for that.
The FOMC minutes from the Federal Reserve’s July 30-31 policy meeting are scheduled for release on Wednesday at 2 p.m. EST.
With the markets fearing when the Fed will taper QE, is now the time to refinance as mortgage interest rates are at historical lows?
The five-year crunch may have ended, but consumers still aren't able to get loans. So where is the Fed's quantitative easing going?
IBTimes Money Editor Mike Obel discusses the background and history of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE) program and whether the central bank will announce it will taper its stimulus measures after the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) September 17-18 meeting.
What's more, one analyst argued the downward pressure on core inflation (excluding food/energy) is fading.
Atlanta Fed President Lockhart said Tuesday even with a taper's start, interest rates will remain low for some time.
At issue is whether the economic recovery under Abenomics is strong enough to get past the effects of a consumption tax increase.