Here’s how you can prepare for possible aggressive, quicker rate hikes from the Fed

Econ & Housing

Getty ImagesFor most Americans, the surging cost of living is weighing heavily on their wallets.”Wage growth has failed to match the dizzying pace of rising prices, which the Federal Reserve has effectively identified as ‘monetary policy enemy No. 1,'” said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at the Fed raised interest rates for the first time in…

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