Fed’s Dudley: Raising interest rates not likely very soon

Despite an "uncertain" economic outlook, the Federal Reserve likely should raise interest rates before the end of the year, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Friday in.

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One of the Federal Reserve’s most influential members expects to raise interest rates once more this year, and to soon begin shedding some of the Fed’s bond holdings, according to comments on.

Federal Reserve Bank of New york president william dudley predicts that the U.S. central bank will hike interest rates by year’s end. "We are moving ever so slowly toward a point in time where we are going to tighten monetary policy," Dudley told The Wall Street Journal. "I think if the economy continues to evolve along the path we expect, I’d expect we’ll be raising interest rates.

The Federal Reserve appears set to raise the federal funds rate for the seventh time in the current rate-hike cycle. In this segment from Industry Focus: Financials, host Michael Douglass and Fool.

New York Fed chief Bill Dudley said the central bank will pay very close attention to Wall Street’s reaction to rate hikes as it adjusts. Fed Will Eye Market Reaction in Timing Rate Hikes.

Fed’s Dudley urges caution on rate hikes, cites risks to U.S.. the Fed would react by raising rates sooner. "If that all happens very quickly, I can definitely see the Fed raising interest.

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The Federal Reserve should be cautious on interest rate increases due to lingering risks to the U.S. economy, one of its most influential policymakers said on Monday, appearing to signal the chance of a hike by the end of the year was fading.

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The Fed also signaled that it will raise rates more this year than previously expected – four times rather than three.. colleagues have decided additional rate hikes will very likely be.

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Is September off the Cards for a Fed Rate Hike? The current federal funds rate remained at 2.5 percent when the Federal Open Market Committee met on June 19, 2019. This benchmark rate is an indicator of the economy’s health. The Federal Reserve signaled it would keep rates at 2.5 percent through 2021.It hinted it may lower the rate if the economic condition deteriorates.