What could possibly go wrong?
The Federal Reserve's bond-buying program is yet another way the government props up an industry that experts say is in decline.
Investors fretted over a resurgence in coronavirus infections and a grim economic outlook from the Federal Reserve.
President Donald Trump says he "loves" the idea of negative rates, but Fed Chair Jerome Powell disagrees.
Jerome Powell's performance as head of the Federal Reserve has improved, the president said, but stressed he still disagrees with him on lending rates.
Jerome Powell cautioned that longstanding recessions could "weigh on growth for years to come" and urged Congress and the White House to act.
All 14 House members involved have received campaign contributions from the lenders.
The shape of the economic recovery will depend on the central bank.
The Federal Reserve could oversee an economic recovery or a once-in-a-century heist. It has the power to choose.
Jerome Powell advised that resuming economic activity should come once "we get the spread of the virus under control."