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Global Economy Watch - July 2015 

Fed ready to raise rates – what will be the impact on the US and global economies?

One of the biggest economic events of 2015 is likely to be the Fed hiking up its policy rate later in the year. Assuming this happens, this will be particularly important because what the Fed does matters for the global economy, not just the US. It will also be a symbolic event as the policy rate hasn’t increased for almost a decade. So what will the impact of a higher interest rate be on domestic businesses and households? Our analysis assumes that the Fed’s interest rate will hit the 3.75% mark by the end of 2020. This view was informed by US policymakers who expect the policy rate to hit that level in the long-term (according to information from Fed projections).

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