The Federal Reserve's 2013 roster seems to favor the doves over hawks.
The Federal Reserve has moved boldly, even as it debates internally over whether its monetary policy actions help the economy.
Most economists believe Bernanke won't get reappointed to a third term, and will be disappointed to see him go.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans says that a long-term resolution of the debt ceiling crisis is critical to encourage investments in the economy.
Federal Reserve officials were largely unaware of the financial crisis brewing in 2007, until they found themselves in the middle of it, transcripts released Friday show.
Interest rates have been on the decline for more than three decades, and many Wall Street experts are betting the trend could start to reverse this year.