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U.S. | 26 September 2018 The Fed Must Keep Hiking as the Labor Market Keeps Tightening
It would be astonishing if the Fed doesn't raise rates today, and Chair Powell is not in the astonishment business; they will hike by 25bp.

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26 September 2018 The Fed Must Keep Hiking as the Labor Market Keeps Tightening

By Ian Shepherdson

It would be astonishing if the Fed doesn't raise rates today, and Chair Powell is not in the astonishment business; they will hike by 25bp.

Posted: 26th Sep 2018 in 'U.S.'

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