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Fed still looking for a “couple” more hikes

As expected following a blitz of speeches by officials ahead of the blackout window, the Fed raised its policy rate by a smaller 25bp, to between 4.50% and 4.75%, but tempered any hopes of a major dovish shift by maintaining the language in the statement that “ongoing increases” (plural) in rates would still be required.

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