The Federal Reserve meeting next week is seen as the most important this year, and financial market investors are awaiting it, expecting decisive decisions that may
determine the next cycle of interest rates, and there is growing concern and conviction that current interest rates have approached levels considered sufficient to
cause damage to the economy, And the most important financial institutions in the United States, such as JPMorgan Bank, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs,
warned that the current inflation may push the economy into recession.
Investors fear that policymakers may continue to strongly increase interest rates, especially as strong economic reports have reinforced fears that current inflation
may remain at high levels for longer than expected. The Federal Reserve will focus on high wage rates and strong job numbers when he forecast the path of
upcoming interest rates.
Markets are largely anticipating a 50 basis point rate hike at the Fed's December 14th meeting, but expectations remain mixed on how long rate hike will be needed
unless the Fed was decisive and ends the debate over final rates.
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