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Fed Interest Rate Cuts Could Hurt World Currencies Down the Road

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By John McDonald On Wednesday, July 31, 2019, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in a decade in an effort to sustain the country’s longest-running economic expansion ever. Citing “downside risks from weak global growth and trade tensions,” Fed chairman Jerome Powell said he hopes the quarter-point cut will ultimately keep the national economy going strong. Unfortunately, the immediate effects mainly consisted of the S&P 500 falling the most it had fallen in about a month (1.1 percent) and a fair amount of presidential criticism for the already beleaguered chairman. The Cut Could Hurt Global Currency...

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