Despite higher mortgages and sharply correcting prices, some cities’ property markets are still in bubble-risk territory.
The effective federal funds rate has risen nearly five percentage points in 14 months, the fastest interest rate hikes in modern history.
The effective federal funds rate has risen more than two percentage points in six months. How does this compare to other interest rate hikes?
Inflation rates are reaching multi-decade highs in some countries. How aggressive have central banks been with interest rate hikes?