Interest Rates in the US – UK

Last week was a largely positive one for the U.S, the dollar has reached 14-month highs and the Standard & Poor’s 500 hit record highs. Despite disappointing August Non-farm payroll results, the Fed’s pre-assigned targets for increasing interest rates have been hit, with unemployment at a rate of 6.1% and inflation at 2.5%. With the Federal Reserve’s FOMC meeting on the 16-17 September, investors have flooded out of safe-haven markets – such as gold – in the hope that Fed will raise interest rates ahead of their mid-2015 target. One major question to be addressed is what effect will a U.S. interest rate rise will have on the UK and FTSE equities?

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