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19 Sep
Stock markets dropped again Monday, extending last week's rout as investors brace for another big rate hike by the US Federal Reserve that they fear could drag down the global economy.
16 Jun
A massive interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve and promises of more to come are fueling warnings that the only offramp from the searing price hikes engulfing American families
1 May
The US Federal Reserve has strongly signaled it will raise interest rates by half a percentage point this week to rein in soaring inflation, and likely continue hiking throughout this year.

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