Fed signals bond-buying taper coming 'soon,' rate hike in 2022Finance · 9:21 PM UTC
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday cleared the way to reduce its monthly bond purchases "soon" and signaled interest rate increases may follow more quickly than expected, with nine of 18 U.S. central bank policymakers projecting borrowing costs will need to rise in 2022.
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