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Wall Street sees biggest sell-off since June 2020 on back of US inflation data

By France24
14 September 2022   |   2:48 pm
A slight increase in US consumer prices for the month of August has ignited fears of more Federal Reserve moves to curb inflation. An earlier drop in US markets had a knock-on effect on Asian marketplaces this Wednesday.

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