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April FOMC Meeting: What We Learned from Yellen Today

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No one expected today's FOMC meeting to end with an interest rate hike, and that was indeed the outcome.

The Fed left interest rates unchanged and signaled it will remain accommodative.

Here's what we learned from the April meeting and the massive profit opportunity we've found.

Profit from the Federal Reserve Interest Rate with This $2 Billion Fund

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The Federal Open Market Committee policy decision will be released tomorrow (Wednesday, April 27) at 2 p.m.

Although no one expects a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this week, investors want to know how to profit from the decision.

Here's the best ETF to buy to make money from the Fed's dovishness...

What to Expect at the April FOMC Meeting This Week

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The U.S. Federal Reserve gathers for its two-day meeting this week, and here's what investors can expect at the April FOMC meeting.

No change in policy is expected, but tone, as always, will be key.

Here's the move you need to make ahead of this week's meeting...

Before the April FOMC Meeting, This Is the One Investment to Make  

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The next U.S. FOMC meeting is scheduled for April 26-27.

Money Morning Resource Investing Specialist Peter Krauth shares the one investment to make before the upcoming FOMC meeting.

Here's what you need to know about the meeting and the investment...

What We Learned About Federal Reserve Interest Rates in Today's Minutes

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What we learned from the FOMC's March 15-16 meeting minutes is that policymakers are divided when it comes to the pace of hiking Federal Reserve interest rates and the health of the global economy.

Some are calling for an April hike, while others are leaning toward a more prudent approach.

Here's key details from today's release...

What This Week's Federal Reserve Interest Rate News Means for Markets in 2016

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After another dovish Federal Reserve interest rate statement from Chair Janet Yellen yesterday, global stocks and commodities are rallying.

Investors can now expect lower interest rates to last deeper into 2016.

Here's what that means for your money now....

What Today's Federal Reserve Meeting Means for Investors

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At the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting today (Wednesday), Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen said she expects the pace of rate hikes in 2016 to be "gradual," although that could change with economic conditions.

Many economists predict at least two more 0.25% interest rate hikes this year. That would bring the Fed's target interest rate up from 0.50% to 1%. As of Wednesday's meeting, the Fed left interest rates unchanged at 0.50%.

But by June, the CME Group expects there's a 51% chance of a rate hike...

What the FOMC Meeting Today Means for Investors in 2016

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The March FOMC meeting concludes today when the U.S. Federal Reserve releases its policy decision.

Now the focus shifts to what the decisions from the FOMC meeting today mean for investors and their money.

Before we get to that, here;s what investors are looking for from today's meeting...

How a Federal Reserve Interest Rate Hike Hands Over Billions to Big Banks

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Big banks around the world are secretly rooting for another U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hike this week.

That's because every Federal Reserve interest rate hike causes an immediate spike in their income. Last year the U.S. Federal Reserve paid out $6.9 billion to the Big Banks, including more than $100 million to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS) and more than $900 million to JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM).

Here's how this insanity started - and why it's bound to get worse...

What Today's Federal Reserve Meeting Means for Investors Now

An interest rate hike could happen as early as next week. Here are five of the clearest justifications for a December rate hike...

The U.S. Federal Reserve meeting concluded today with a statement release at 2 p.m.

In its first monetary policy decision of 2016, the U.S. central bank left interest unchanged at 0.25% to 0.50%. That decision was widely expected from analysts and investors.

Here's what you need to do now to protect your investments....

How to Stay in This Market When Everyone Else Is Running Away

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This stock market in 2016 is sending investors running away, and the FOMC meeting today will address that.

I know the markets are tough right now. There are millions of investors who are rightfully concerned about their portfolios, their investments, and frankly, their financial future.

Here's what you need to keep in mind...

When Will the Next Fed Interest Rate Hike Happen?

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The U.S. Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy meeting Tuesday, and investors are looking for any sign of the next Fed interest rate hike.

The overwhelming consensus now is that we won't see a Fed interest rate hike at the conclusion of the U.S. central bank's meeting on Wednesday.

But that doesn't mean we won't see another Fed rate hike sometime in 2016...

Is Another Fed Interest Rate Hike Coming in 2016?

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The Fed interest rate hike in December was the first rate increase for the U.S. Federal Reserve in nearly a decade. But now the focus has shifted to whether another Fed interest rate hike is coming in 2016.

Projections from policymakers show they will continue to raise their target range by a full percentage point during 2016. That would leave rates at a range of 1.25% to 1.5%.

But not everyone predicts such a smooth series of rate hikes from the Fed...

Will the Stock Market Crash Today?

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Will the stock market crash today following a December rate hike announcement from the U.S. Federal Reserve?

The Fed is expected to raise interest rates today (Wednesday) for the first time since June 2006.

Here's what a December rate hike would mean for stocks...

FOMC Meeting Today: What Investors Need to Know Now

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Today (Wednesday) marks the final day of a two-day Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. Investors are speculating that the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at its second FOMC meeting on Wednesday - the first rate hike since June 2006.

So far, the Fed's go-to indicators suggest a green light for a rate hike. Here's how it will affect the markets...