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The Federal Reserve raised interest rates to 0.25%, the first increase since 2006.

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    The Federal Reserve raised interest rates to 0.25%, the first increase since 2006. What seems to be the impact on the Indian stock market .
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    Nearly ten years after the Federal Reserve’s first interest rate increase is granted. Federal Reserve’s interest rates by 0.25 per cent at its meeting approved regarding increased. This is according to the expectations of market growth. After rising US interest rates between 0.25 percent to 0.50 percent has come.

    The US economy will continue to recover – Federal Reserve

    The Fed said in its statement that the US labor market has seen considerable improvement this year. The Fed expects the economy will attain the inflation target. Janet Yellen said after the verdict that the Federal Reserve is expected that the American economy will continue to recover. He said that salaries of employees involved in growth is still room for improvement. Yailen Janet also said that in future policy decisions on this matter will be taken according to which the economy is performing.

    What will be the impact of an increase

    Market experts are assuming that most of the discount rate has been 0.25 per cent.

    Our CapitalStars Research Experts told Money that any increase in the Federal Reserve’s current Bank will have no significant impact on the market. According to him, the market increased by 0.25 percent has prepared himself. Although the sight of the increase is on the market. The meeting received information indicating that the market will try to do that next year will be thespeed of the increase in US rates. According to him the next year, all the meetings Menmen Fed does so within 6 months increased by 0.25 percent rates will exceed 1 per cent, which will impact.

    DBS Bank economist Radhika Rao in US rates rise, the Indian market seems to be on domestic affairs. The rise in rates in the short term, the impact will be on the Indian market.

    CapitalStars Financial Research Equities our experts said the US Fed will increase rates, it was fixed. However ahead will be a crucial edge. Growth in the US is still not so strong that more than 2 possible edge. However, the FOMC said that rates should rise 4.

    Experts reported increases in interest rates has a market discount. Based on this market has already come down significantly.

    While Experts latest report has been made clear that the Federal Reserve increase Russia, Brazil, emerging markets such as Turkey and South Africa can have an effect on. Although the report says nothing about the impact on India’s.

    What was the impact of rate hike

    From 2004 to 2006 the Federal Reserve has raised rates 17 times. In June 2004, rates were 1 per cent, while in June 2006 it rose to 5.25 per cent. The rates of growth of the Indian debt market, foreign investors pulled money was fast. Holdings of foreign investors in the debt market that declined from $ 177 million to $ 55 million remained. Meanwhile, foreign investors in theIndian stock market had invested $ 1.22 million. Although at that time the market was seeing faster. And global growth concerns are now not as much.

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