Spectre of interest rate hikes comes back to haunt

By Staff Writer
Analysis: Spectre of interest rate hikes comes back to haunt

By Ethel Hazelhurst
From Business Report

Central banks in most countries recently cut interest rates, but the spectre of rate rises has returned to haunt the local market after the rand's steep fall.

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