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Jul 31st 2022

USD falls as the Fed hikes rates by 75 bps

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USD fell across the board after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 75 bps, as expected, for the second straight meeting. INR is capitalizing on the weaker USD as it continues to rise from all-time low levels.

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Ketan Verma
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