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Five ways the Fed fee slice will impression your money





The Federal Reserve introduced a fee slice for the first time in a ten years, marking a significant change in monetary coverage. Every little thing from credit history cards and automobile financial loans to home loans are motivated by the Fed’s procedures. Look at this video to come across out additional about how your money will be impacted by the Fed’s fee slice.

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11 comments

  1. Good for India as FII will go up

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  2. Well, higher costs of living ('inflation') and erosion of savings is what the Fed grants the common man 🙁

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  3. The Ponzi about to collapse.

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  4. This video has convinced me that rates cut means a good thing.

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  5. This is so sad.. They just keep printing & lending it out for next to nothing so the average citizen is enslaved in debt just to keep their head above water. Largest ponzi scheme in human history. This commercial makes me want to vomit.

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  6. Most people listen to videos on their phone while they're doing other tasks, thus narration is helpful

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  7. Geez, I was waiting for a audio commentary and I realized 3o seconds in that I was supposed to be reading….

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  8. i am thinking.. automatic traders (ai machines that trade stocks) they will recognize lowering rates, and connect it with recession, and 2008 … GET READY to buy deep…

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  9. jeez.. CNBC are very glad about the rate cut

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  10. how come your auto loan, mortgage, credit card, student loan, and savings rate always run inverse to rate cuts?
    When will people start to ask, why do the 1% pay $0 and the 99% pay for everything?

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  11. Basically Econ 100, Spend your Money! a dollar to day is 100 cents in a year it is 97.5 cents. INFLATION Goes up as interest rates Drop

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