Saturday , 22 October 2016

Should We Fear a Fed Interest Rate Hike At This Point?

The Federal Reserve lifts interest rates to slow economic growth and quell inflationary pressures. Currently, though, there’s little evidence of inflationary pressures outside of financial asset prices, and economic growth is weak to say the least, so should we fear a Fed rate hike at this point? This article has the answer. Invest accordingly.

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