Federal Reserve officials will pull the trigger on another interest-rate increase before slowing the pace of hikes in 2019.
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Despite a slight miss on monthly U.S. payroll data, the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates at its December 18-19 meeting.
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The central bank’s Beige Book economic report pointed to modest to moderate growth in most regions.
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Economists are divided about what the Fed will do beyond December.
Federal Chairman Powell has come under increasing pressure from Trump over the central bank’s gradual increase of interest rates.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said he and other policy makers continue to see a “solid” outlook for the U.S. economy.
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As market share narrows to a handful of behemoths, some economists see the ruthless efficiency of capitalism at work.
Fed officials may briefly pat themselves on the back when they gather for a meeting in Washington next week.
Global stocks may be headed for their worst month in more than six years, buffeted by concerns of trade tensions and rate hikes.
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