Fed raises rates by 75 bps to tame inflation, flags weakening economic data

Policy makers, facing the hottest price pressures in 40 years, lifted the target range for the federal funds rate on Wednesday to 2.25% to 2.5%

Jerome Powell

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell (File photo: Reuters)

Federal Reserve officials raised interest rates by 75 basis points for the second straight month and Chair Jerome Powell left the same move again on the table for the next

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First Published: Jul 27 2022 | 11:34 PM IST

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