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Fed officials mull 50 or 75 basis points increase at July meeting

Asia-Pacific markets are mostly higher this morning as investors watch for market reaction to the latest minutes from the US Federal Reserve. Central bank officials recognised that a "more restrictive stance" in policy could be suitable if inflation doesn't ease, even if it slows the economy. Fed officials also said a hike of 50 or 75 basis points would be likely at the July meeting. Meanwhile, oil prices extended declines for a third session on Thursday, with WTI slipping under $100 a barrel, as fears of a potential global recession spur concerns about oil demand. For more, we spoke to David Madden, who is a market analyst at Equiti Capital, in London. #FederalReserve #InterestRates #OilPrices

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Fed to raise rates despite market volatility | Money Talks

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Money Talks: US Federal Reserve hikes interest rate by 0.25%

Money Talks: US Federal Reserve hikes interest rate by 0.25%

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US Federal Reserve hikes rates by 75 basis points to highest since 2008

US Federal Reserve hikes rates by 75 basis points to highest since 2008

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Global markets rally ahead of US Federal Reserve rate meeting

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