Hong Kong’s base rate rises by 50 points, as the cost of money makes its biggest one-time jump in more than two decades after US Fed’s decision

The US economy had not seen a 50-point rate increase since Alan Greenspan was Fed chairman, and “irrational exuberance” was the catchphrase that defined the easy money and mood of the Dotcom era.

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