What Is Not Affected by the Fed Rate Hikes in 2022

Episode 199 December 17, 2021 00:48:55
What Is Not Affected by the Fed Rate Hikes in 2022
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What Is Not Affected by the Fed Rate Hikes in 2022
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Show Notes

To conclude this calendar year, the Federal Open Market Committee held their last meeting to discuss the economic recovery, their plans for tapering and interest rate hikes, and answer all media questions. In episode #199, the listeners can recap this meeting and properly plan their personal and business finances into 2022. In particular, while the proposed interest rate hikes carry a reverberating effect throughout the economy, there are some areas where these hikes are not relevant. Tune in.

 

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Next FOMC meeting to occur on January 25-26, 2022.

 

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