Federal Reserve vice chair Stanley Fischer says incoming economic data and market developments over the next two weeks will play crucial roles in determining whether the Fed raises interest rates at its September meeting.
Federal Reserve vice chair Stanley Fischer says incoming economic data and market developments over the next two weeks will play crucial roles in determining whether the Fed raises interest rates at its September meeting. Pete Marovich Bloomberg
Federal Reserve vice chair Stanley Fischer says incoming economic data and market developments over the next two weeks will play crucial roles in determining whether the Fed raises interest rates at its September meeting. Pete Marovich Bloomberg

Fed vice chair is in the spotlight as markets seek clues about a rate increase

August 28, 2015 05:23 PM