Country's economic recovery would continue despite weak outlook for global economy, according to Fed.
17 hours ago
By Jerin Mathew
US central bank scheduled to end its quantitative easing programme.
Central Banks Watch: All Eyes on Fed as Tapering Set to End; BoJ, RBNZ, Sweden, Brazil, Hungary, Israel and Mexico to Set Rates
Market awaits cues from inflation data amid mixed economic signals and US dollar rally.
Global GDP growth for this year and the next will be slower than earlier forecasts as emerging market economies would slow more than expected.
Asian stock and currency market dragged down by Hong Kong protests.
Sep 29, 2014
After trading near its record high earlier in the month, the New Zealand dollar is on track to become the weakest performer among G10 currencies in July.
Jul 29, 2014
The US dollar rallied against most majors as Yellen said the overall view of the US economy is positive.
Jul 15, 2014
Global markets are now waiting for fresh interest rate cues from major central banks, making the upcoming week a significant one.
Jul 12, 2014
US dollar index shrugs off recent dovish rhetoric by Fed officials and rallies to a one-week high in the week to 4 July
Jul 5, 2014
NZD/USD is testing the higher barrier of an upward wedge pattern and a decisive break above the July 2011 peak will set new targets in the uncharted territory.
Jun 26, 2014
Federal Reserve also hints at higher interest rates from 2015 as shares stage smart rally.
Jun 19, 2014
The Indian rupee has held near the 1-1/2-month low against the US dollar with no big surprise expected at the Fed meeting later in the day.
RBS move part of effort to reduce assets in US ahead of new Federal Reserve rules.
Brent crude slipped after data suggested the world's biggest oil consumers were slowing down.
Fed chair Janet Yellen says FOMC members' view of price stability and job market is promising.
Apr 17, 2014
Emerging market stock and currencies enjoyed a boost following Fed Chair Janet Yellen's announcement.
Apr 1, 2014
By Nigel Wilson
Fed chief Janet Yellen to testify before Senate panel later in the day.
Feb 27, 2014
By M Rochan
US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says too many long-term unemployed in labour market.
The number of new non-farm payroll jobs was lower than analysts expected at 113,000 in January.
BoE policymaker David Miles co-authors report which says unwinding of QE is not necessarily dangerous.