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Old 20.09.2022, 12:13
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Ready for higher interest rates?

After years of negative interest rates and the recent surprise 50bp hike by the SNB - the SNB will make their monetary policy assessment this Thursday and likely end the era of negative rates.

Expectations are a 75bp hike to 0.5% with some calling for 100bp hike to tackle inflation.
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