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Mortgages, Cars and Credit Cards: How Interest-Rate Hikes Are Hitting Americans' Wallets

The Fed’s mission to bring down inflation could help tip the economy into a recession

By Wall Street Journal

A series of interest-rate rises have rippled through the U.S. economy, and more are projected to be on the way. WSJ breaks down the numbers hitting Americans’ wallets this year and beyond. Photo: Elise Amendola/Associated Press

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