The United States next week to decide whether to raise interest rates around the world feel ill at ease
Robert R. Johnson
(Central Washington, 13th Dow Jones report) United States Federal Reserve (Fed) this week raised interest rates for the first time in 9 years, injecting new anxiety for the global economy.
Because of mainland China's economic growth slows the market is still in a State of turmoil, coupled with the market is very sensitive to any additional uncertainty, so some economists called on the Federal Reserve will suspend rate hikes, officials take issue with the emerging economies, urging the United States to finish the measure long awaited by all.
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