Central Bankers Go On Rate Hike Frenzy

Central bankers go on rate hike frenzy

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This week’s blitz of interest rate hikes is unlikely to mark the end of a campaign by central banks to crush inflation even as they run the mounting risk of driving their economies into recession. The US, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland were among those to raise rates. Here are some thoughts from central bankers.

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