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Wall Street divided on pace of Fed rate hikes in 2022

Feb. 01, 2022 6:04 AM ETBy: Yoel Minkoff, SA News Editor5 Comments

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Many are still trying to size up the Fed's monetary policy for 2022 as the market heads into February. What we know so far is the central bank will begin hiking rates in March, assuming that the "conditions

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Most interesting is Barclays’ focus on reverse repo and reserve balance levels indicates a lot of room for quantitative easing.
craftbrewinfo profile picture
Trust not in the Fed!
With the national debt growing so fast why raise the rates? POLITICAL

Making the next administration bear the brunt of paying extra interest.

RUN A BALANCED BUDGET. Pay for everything instead of borrowing more to pay for the growing debt.
ComputerBlue profile picture
I’ll continue to say..they’re in financial repression mode since 2008..rates aren’t going anywhere meaningful
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