5 Moves to Make Before the Fed Raises Interest Rates Again

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5 Moves to Make Before the Fed Raises Interest Rates Again

Image source: Getty Images In mid-June, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 0.75%. That represented its largest single rate hike in 28 years. The reason the Fed moved forward with such a large rate hike is that it's trying to slow the pace of inflation.

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