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US Fed raises interest rate by 0.5%, slightly dipping pace

By DW
25 December 2022   |   11:50 am
The raise is more modest than the previous 0.75% consecutive increases, which comes as inflation starts to slow in the US. The move comes hours ahead of expected similar decisions in Europe and the UK.

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