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U.S. | 9 November 2018 The Fed is Still on Course to Hike in December no Mention of Stocks
Convention dictates that we lead with yesterday's Fed meeting, but it's hard to argue that it really deserves top billing.

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9 November 2018 The Fed is Still on Course to Hike in December no Mention of Stocks

By Ian Shepherdson

Convention dictates that we lead with yesterday's Fed meeting, but it's hard to argue that it really deserves top billing.

Posted: 9th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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