(Bloomberg) — The US central bank raised its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday, pushing it up a quarter of a percentage point. The increase – the first since 2018 – was widely expected. But at a time when the Russian war in Ukraine has shaken global markets, US inflation is at its highest level since the 1980s and Covid-19 cases are rising in some parts of the world, consumers and investors are grappling with the prospect of…


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