The Federal Reserve is the United States' central bank. It's played a pivotal role in guiding the US through the global financial crisis through its low-interest monetary policy.
The Federal reserve is the guardian of financial stability in the US. This page collates recent DW content on the central bank's moves and decisions.
Just a week after Deutsche Bank's new CEO Christian Sewing announced his restructuring plan, the bank has received a new blow: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) - a US agency charged with maintaining stability in the banking system - has designated the bank's US business as "troubled". How easy will recovery be?