What the Fed’s rate hike will mean for America’s wavering housing market
How the Fed Rate Cut Influences Mortgage Rates
Last week, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) voted to lower the Federal benchmark interest rate. As a result, average mortgage rates have trended lower. When you’re shoppin
Here's what that Fed rate cut means for you
For most Americans, the Fed's decision to cut interest rates could mean a reprieve in escalating borrowing costs. At the same time, savings account rates may fall.
Here's how the Fed rate cut affects you
For consumers, lower rates do mean cheaper loans, which can impact your mortgage, home equity loan, credit card, student loan tab and car payment. n the flip side, you'll earn less interest on savings accounts, and in some cases, lose buying power over time.
What the Fed’s Rate Cut Means for Your Buyers
The Federal Reserve’s decision Wednesday to lower interest rates—the first time since 2008—is intended to stave off an economic downturn.
How the Fed Rate Cut Impacts Your Wallet
On Wednesday, the Fed announced it was cutting its benchmark interest rate by one quarter of a percentage point, its second rate cut this year. 'When the Fed raises or reduces the cost of money, it affects...
What the Fed rate cut means for retirees
Last week's interest-rate cut by the Federal Reserve could squeeze retirees, who may see yields on certain investments decline. This article reviews several ways retirees may be affected.
What the Fed's rate cut means for you
Here's how the change may affect consumers' credit cards, mortgages and savings' accounts.
What the Fed’s rate cut means for you
The Federal Reserve has cut its benchmark interest rate again, big news for the U.S. economy but something that will likely have a muted impact...
What Does The Fed Rate Cut Tell Us?
The cut is likely a positive for the economy and markets.