The Fed raises interest rates... again

The Federal Reserve rose interest rates by 0.75 percentage points for the fourth consecutive time as central bankers continue fighting against inflation, despite concerns about the risks of a recession.

The last time we were at these levels, it took President Nixon, President Ford, President Carter, and then President Reagan finally got it under control.

What are analysts mostly confused about? The strength of the jobs market.

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