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Fed's Kashkari: FOMC is "a long way to go" from controlling inflation



Time:7/30/2022 2:47:40 AM

[Federal Reserve Kashkari: FOMC is still a long way from controlling inflation] Golden Financial News, Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari (Neel Kashkari) Friday Markets have over-expected the central bank to start backing off soon, he said. He said in an interview: "I am surprised by the interpretation of the market ... the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is determined to bring inflation back to 2%, and I think we will continue to do so until we are confident that inflation is heading towards 2 percent track, now we’re a long way off.” (New York Times)

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