- Fed could hint at rate plans as it prepares for policy turn
Policymakers may change their guidance on how long they'll keep rates near zero. They may also alter their depiction of the labor market to suggest further progress toward their goal of full employment.
- Futures little changed as Fed statement awaited
- Gas, airfare, clothing bring down consumer prices
- Reductions in food stamp benefits to hit 4 states
- US current account deficit drops to $98.5 billion
- China injects $81B into banks to boost economy
- Family Dollar tells investors to reject takeover
- FedEx profit jumps on higher shipment volume
- Sony forecasts $2 billion loss as smartphones lag
- Billionaire's house arrest sends stock crashing
- Tycoon buys a record 30 Rolls-Royces for hotel
- Marijuana industry is battling stoner stereotypes
- Want to get in on Alibaba? You won't find it here
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- Fed could hint on rate-hike plans as it prepares for policy turn1:03 AM ET | Reuters
- Wall St to open flat, eyes on Fed statement9:19 AM ET | Reuters
- U.S. consumer prices post first decline in 16 months9:08 AM ET | Reuters
- General Mills misses as competition weighs on U.S. sales8:50 AM ET | Reuters
- China central bank injects $81 billion into major banks to support economy: reports6:32 AM ET | Reuters
- Credit Suisse loans under U.S. Fed scrutiny: WSJ4:18 AM ET | Reuters
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