Fed Chair Opens Door to Faster Rate Moves
“Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, made clear on Tuesday that the central financial institution is ready to react to current indicators of financial energy by elevating rates of interest greater than beforehand anticipated and, if incoming information stay sizzling, probably returning to a faster tempo of fee will increase,” the New York Times reviews.
Financial Times: “Powell’s remarks come after the US central financial institution spent months decreasing the dimensions of fee rises from a peak of 0.75 share factors, which was sustained from June to November. In December, it scaled again to a half-point fee rise after which shifted down once more in February to the extra conventional quarter-point enhance.”
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