The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday by 0.25%, while signalling another hike in December and three more next year.
As widely expected, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) raised rates to a range of between 2% to 2.25%. This is the central bank's eighth rate hike since it began its current tightening cycle in...
Written off credit card debt
Pandemic second wave remains biggest tail risk
Investor behaviour will change
Eyes further rate cuts
Global markets have seen heightened volatility during the coronavirus crisis and, here, Brendan McCurdy assesses the performance of more traditional 'safe haven' asset classes...
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