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The Fed is expected to raise the benchmark interest rate today for the third time since 2015. Here’s some context on why the Fed’s moved on rates in the past – NYTimes and WSJ

And some speculation on some of the non-economic challenges facing Dr. Yellen and her crew – NYTimes

British lawmakers voted this week to finally let PM May move forward with triggering Article 50 and officially begin the 2-year Brexit unwinding process. For everyday Brits and their currency, the impact has already started – WSJ and Bloomberg

Financial transaction provider Euronet Worldwide’s made an unsolicited bid to acquire MoneyGram for about $1 billion in cash, throwing a wrench into Ant Financial’s plan to use MG as a way to break into the US market and raising the prospect of a bidding war – NYTimes and Law360

Bloomberg is reporting that the US is close to issuing indictments relating to the hacking attacks against Yahoo – Bloomberg

SIFMA’s down for the proposed 60-day DOL fiduciary rule implementation delay – Law360

Robert Shiller’s spidey-senses are tingling when it comes to the current state of the booming stock market – Bloomberg

Hard to pass this up.  The Journal gives us the back story on arguably the most popular BBC video-interview segment of all time – WSJ

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