The Federal Reserve doesn't see risks to market stability, even as concern about bubbles grows
Some market pros see the frenzied short squeezes in Gamestop and other stocks as signs of a bubble brewing.
Federal Reserve leaves interest rates and asset purchases unchanged, sees growth slowing
The central bank kept its foot to the floor in terms of the help it is providing for an economy that central bank officials say has slowed down.
Here’s what changed in the new Fed statement
This is a comparison of Wednesday's Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on Dec. 16.
Fed Chairman Powell will try to soothe markets, but that may not work
Fed chairman Jerome Powell will try to avoid sounding hawkish in any way when he talks about the Fed's commitment to its easing policies.
Weekly mortgage demand falls, but size of average homebuyer loan hits record
Sharp gains in home prices and a slight rise in interest rates combined to weaken demand for mortgages last week.
Fed will need to reassure the market it's not thinking about dialing back its support
Markets figure that as long as the Fed keeps pumping, then it's safe to keep buying.
Tilman Fertitta optimistic on U.S. economy post-Covid: 'This is going to be the Roaring Twenties'
"The consumer is coming back. I'm telling you, where we can do business, we are doing business," Tilman Fertitta told CNBC.
November home prices rose 9.5%, one of the highest gains on record, Case-Shiller says
Strong growth in home prices is showing no signs of abating, thanks to high buyer demand and a record low supply of homes for sale.
Spike in lumber and land prices causes homebuilder confidence to fall from epic high
The rising costs of getting homes built is making builders less optimistic.