Fed sube tasa de interés para controlar inflación en EEUU

La Fed sube tasa de interés clave en medio punto, en intento para controlar inflación en EEUU

AP Noticias
miércoles 04 mayo 2022 19:29
EEUU-RESERVA FEDERAL
EEUU-RESERVA FEDERAL

La Reserva Federal intensificó su lucha contra la peor inflación de los últimos 40 años en Estados Unidos, al anunciar el miércoles que elevó en medio punto porcentual su tasa de interés de referencia a corto plazo —su acción más contundente desde el 2000— y dar señales de que se avecinan nuevas alzas importantes de las tasas.

El aumento de la tasa clave de la Fed la elevó a un rango de entre el 0,75% y el 1%, el nivel más alto desde que se produjo la pandemia hace dos años.

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