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BACK TO BASICS: White House stumbles over simple question on so-called ‘Inflation Reduction Act’

The Federal Reserve will need to continue lifting its short-term interest rate to a level that restricts economic growth and keep it there for an extended period, a top Fed official stated.

The European Central Bank made its largest-ever interest rate increase. This follows the U.S. Federal Reserve and other central banks in a global stampede of rapid rate hikes meant to snuff out the inflation that is squeezing consumers and pushing Europe 

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 UBS managing director and senior portfolio manager Jason Katz provides insight on the market's response to the Fed on 'Making Money.'

Here’s Where Inflation is Hitting Hardest 

The human skeleton found in Borneo, dated to about 31,000 years ago, pictured in a cave in East Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia is photographed on March 4, 2020.  The remains, which have been dated to 31,000 years old, mark the oldest evidence for amputation yet discovered. And the prehistoric “surgery” could show that humans were making medical advances much earlier than previously thought, according to the study published Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022 in the journal Nature. (Photo Courtesy of Tim Maloney/Griffith University via AP)

Stone Age skeleton missing foot may show oldest amputation

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