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The federal funds rate is a target interest rate for short-term, government securities. This rate is crucial to the economy because it determines the cost at which capital is available to the banking system. The federal funds rate is important because it determines how expensive it is for banks to access the capital they use to make loans.
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The Fed isn’t fooling anyone The central bank’s interest-rate cuts may be a quick fix for 2008, but they’ll create a massive inflationary push in 2009, leading us right back into another boom-bust cycle. By Jim Jubak Do the members of the Federal Reserve think we’re stupid?
The Federal Reserve is closely watched by economists, traders, and financiers. But the Fed has a strong impact on the average American’s everyday life. What is it and how does it work?
· In this video, we’re going to talk about why the Federal Reserve (FED) thinks a stock market crash is coming. We’ll also cover why they’re changing the tools they use to make economic decisions.
Why does the Fed care about interest rates? In 1977, Congress gave the Fed two main tasks: Keep the prices of things Americans buy stable, and create labor-market conditions that provide jobs for.
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We do think that after the fed meets, and we see where they’re trying to go cyclically, that you’re going to have mortgages loosen up and provide some opportunities.
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"I think the Fed is going to send the markets a clear signal that they’re ready to lower rates in the very near future," said Brian. In this clip from Industry Focus: Financials, host Shannon Jones and Fool.com contributor. they got called on it, and they’re still not out of the woods.