Further strengthening of the US currency amid the decision of the UK to secede from the European Union (Brexit) will become a new destabilizing element in the markets and force the US Federal Reserve System (FRS) to delay a rate increase, Financial Times writes. As a result of the June meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee kept the benchmark interest rate at a level of 0.25-0.5% per annum, and has kept forecast rate increase this year at an average of 0.9%, expecting two increases until the end of this year.




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