For 40 years, interest rates have gradually been falling. But it wasn’t a smooth ride. Each time rates went up, there was some sort of crisis.
Last week, the Federal Reserve – the US central bank that is often known by its nickname, the Fed – indicated that it expected to raise rates next year. If another uptrend in interest rates has begun, is another crisis baked into the cake of financial markets? And where could that crisis be triggered?Find out in this video what Nigel Farage anticipates for this interest rate cycle…
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