The Federal Reserve suddenly finds itself second-guessed as it tries to navigate the economy through inflation and away from recession.
Federal Reserve officials rolled out strong language Friday to describe their approach to inflation, promising a full-fledged effort to restore price stability.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Friday reiterated the central bank's commitment to bringing down inflation.
The three biggest inputs for the consumer price index, the most widely followed measure of inflation, are food, energy and shelter.
The trouble is, the Fed's likely to get a recession anyway as data shows the economy is a far cry from stable.
Talk of a recession has accelerated this year as inflation remains high and the Federal Reserve takes aggressive steps to counter.
Inflation has been pushing prices higher, and shoppers are feeling the pressure as they pay more for goods like groceries and gas.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policymaking meeting on May 4.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to do something it hasn't done in 28 years — increase interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage...