US Reserve raises rates

Le Mesurier, Kriten; Tandukar, Amita
July 2005
BRW;7/7/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 26, p81
Trade Publication
Reports on the U.S. Federal Reserve Board's raising of a key interest setting, the federal funds rate, for the ninth successive time.


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