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The Fed just increased interest rates — here's what the hike means for your wallet - Business Insider

Business InsiderThe Fed just increased interest rates — here's what the hike means for your walletBusiness InsiderMost simply, the fed funds rate determines the interest rate at which banks borrow short-term money. Increases are passed on to other borrowers, mostly consumers, through higher rates on things like credit-card debt. This debt is based on the banks ...Powell says Fed won't let banks take marijuana money until federal guidance comesMarketWatchall 1,033 news articles »14-06-2018

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The Fed just increased interest rates — here's what the hike means for your wallet
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Most simply, the fed funds rate determines the interest rate at which banks borrow short-term money. Increases are passed on to other borrowers, mostly consumers, through higher rates on things like credit-card debt. This debt is based on the banks ...
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