Inflation has undoubtedly been the leading challenge faced by the current administration of most countries of the world, in the case of the US, the US Federal Reserve has been on its toes in search of policies to combat its nation’s 40-year high inflation.
The US Federal Reserve on Wednesday announced its move of raising interest rates by 75 basis points to 2.5% to fight its nation’s continuous rise in prices of foods, gasoline, and shelter draining Americans’ pockets.
Although, Fed’s decision on Wednesday didn’t come unexpected, this is due to market pricing which has been on a rise by 75 basis points ahead of the Fed’s announcement. Investors had placed a one-in-four chance of 100 basis points before this; however, this was priced out earlier in the week.
“Inflation has obviously surprised to the upside over the past year and further surprises could be in store.”The central bank would consider “an even larger” hike if needed in the future, said Federal Reserve Chair, Jerome Powell.
The Fed’s move is also a part of attempts to prevent the forecasted recession which may hit global markets soon.
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