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The Youtube channel Bloomberg Television has published today a new video called Fed Officials Add ‘Skip’ to Rate Debate. You want to discover this video and watch it in streaming, you are lucky we put it aside for you!
The video has been posted for less than an hour and is currently the talk of the web. Usually the new videos of the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television are much less talked about. Soon in trends? That's all the bad news we wish him, considering the work this channel has been doing for many years now!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Fed Officials Add ‘Skip’ to Rate Debate published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Federal Reserve officials seem more divided than ever over continuing rate hikes or pausing. Another possibility that’s being discusses is a skip. Kathleen Hays reports on Bloomberg Television.
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