Tagged With Interest Rate

The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept the interest rate steady at 0.75%, but economists still expect another cut in 2020


Compound interest is either your best friend or your enemy. Here's how to make it work for you.


A regional Fed chief offered the latest hint at when the central bank might resume rate hikes



If you've ever considered consolidating your credit-card debt, now is probably the right time to do it


The Fed omitted key words from its latest rate-cut decision. Here’s what the 'act as appropriate' phrase means, and why it was left out.


Credit card interest rates are higher than ever, but 8 cards have a lower APR if you need to carry a balance



What is a good interest rate on a credit card?


The Fed has lowered interest rates for the 2nd time since the depths of the Great Recession, but it's still a great time to save money


Goldman Sachs' Marcus is lowering interest rates on its savings account for the first time as Wall Street prepares for a potential Fed rate cut


Stocks are rising before Fed meets as rate cuts are front and center; Hong Kong shelves its extradition bill, helping sentiment


Traders are overwhelmingly expecting the Fed to slash rates next month


The vast majority of Republicans support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders' plan to cap credit-card interest rates at 15%



Most people never think to try a stunningly simple way to cut down credit-card debt


Mnuchin says Trump doesn't believe he has the right to fire the Fed chair, despite reports saying he has privately discussed the possibility


The ACCC explains how Australia's banks make it hard to work out how much your mortgage costs


Trump blames the Federal Reserve for GM's layoffs



Fed leaves rates unchanged, expects to keep hiking them gradually


Argentina's currency plunges after its central bank hikes rates to 60%


Trump blasts Fed interest rate hikes after reportedly complaining about Chairman Jerome Powell at a GOP fundraiser in the Hamptons


Trump's stunning comments about the Federal Reserve could actually backfire