Why the Fed won’t rush to raise rates

Job creation in the US continues to strengthen, but there are a couple of reasons why the Federal Reserve will exercise caution when it comes to lifting rates.

The US is creating jobs at its fastest pace since Bill Clinton was in office. But with oil prices collapsing and the US dollar shifting higher, there is good reason to believe that the Federal Reserve will take a cautious approach to policy normalisation.


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