Wall Street: charging bull charges some moreWall Street: charging bull charges some moreGlobal markets rally as Fed says it's in no hurry to hike interest rates.Business
Stocks surge on Fed's pledge to be patient on ratesStocks surge on Fed's pledge to be patient on ratesS&P 500 closed up 2.4 percent to 2,061.23; Dow recorded biggest one day jump since 2011Arkansas
Arkansas Business: New administration falling into place; Krispy Kreme opens in ConwayArkansas Business: New administration falling into place; Krispy Kreme opens in Conwayhe Federal Reserve gave markets a shot in the arm on Wednesday, causing the Dow to surge 1.7 percent and the S&P and Nasdaq to rise 2 percent.Money
Fed promises ‘patient’ approach to a rate increaseFed promises ‘patient’ approach to a rate increaseThe Federal Reserve is edging closer to raising interest rates from record lows given a strengthening U.S. job market and economy. But it will be “patient” in determining when to raise them.Markets
Fed's Janet Yellen faces the mediaFed's Janet Yellen faces the mediaFed Chair Janet Yellen talks about the Fed's change from "considerable time" to "patience" in deciding when to raise interest rates, along with the impact of lower oil prices, and foreign economic troubles. Rough cut.Markets
First Take: Fed's new rate buzzword is 'patient'First Take: Fed's new rate buzzword is 'patient'Fed tweaks its rate-hike language, but stresses it can be "patient" before increasing rates.Nation
Cheaper gas cuts consumer prices in NovemberCheaper gas cuts consumer prices in NovemberPlunging prices at the gas pump pulled down U.S. consumer prices by the largest amount in six years last month, the Labor Department said Wednesday.Business
Fed signals possible rate hike in monthsFed signals possible rate hike in monthsFed policymakers also said they can be patient in deciding when to begin raising rates.