While economic indicators are mostly good, the Fed official said there were some signs of "overheating"
The Fed chairman told a South Carolina Republican that the central bank will maintain its independence despite recent jabs from the president
The Fed's shock decision to put off tapering may have been a momentary reprieve, as an official says tapering could begin as early as next month
Mortgage applications were up last week as interest rates crept down, according to a survey from the Mortgage Bankers Association
Flying in the face of market predictions, the Federal Reserve yesterday decided to 'await more evidence that progress will be sustained' before winding back its bond-buying program
Top mortgage professionals are counselling calm as the Federal Reserve’s policy-making committee begins a two-day meeting to discuss whether to scale back its $85bn-per-month bond-buying program
The rising trend for mortgage rates isn't expected to abate anytime soon, but the housing recovery should be able to weather the storm
Hopefully Larry Summers has a family that loves him, because investors apparently do not