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Interest Rates Have Chance to Rise in 2016

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The march back towards levels before the recession has been slow for interest rates. With the stock markets rebounding within years, the federal funds rate has only gone up once within the last decade. At the end of 2015, the Federal Reserve's interest seemed eager to keep it going over the course of 2016. But coming into the final quarter of the year, that interest is still uncertain.

Added on the 26/08/2016 13:36:12 - Copyright : Wochit

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