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The U.S. central bank is hiking rates at the fastest pace in decades, impacting how much you pay to borrow and how much you earn when you save. Get advice and stay informed on what to do with your wallet.
The central bank recently hiked its key rate.
For savers, here’s what to consider when the Fed raises interest rates.
The Fed’s interest rate hikes impact credit cardholders.
Some borrowers may want to pay attention to the Fed’s rate adjustments.
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