London, Wednesday, 26 January 2022
During its first meeting of 2022, the Federal Reserve is expected to suggest that it will begin raising interest rates in March. Investors will also be interested in learning more about the policy normalization process, which began in November.
The Federal Reserve stated in December that it would halt its pandemic-era asset purchases in March, with the bank's $8.9 trillion balance sheet expected to be reduced as early as May. Furthermore, many investors believe the Fed will tighten monetary policy more aggressively than expected, with four rate hikes rather than three.
(Source: Federal Reserve)
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