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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

FOMC Preview

Tim Duy:

FOMC Preview: The best-laid plans can come undone by the tiniest of things. In this case a slip in the data—a low print on nonfarm payrolls that may prove no more than a statistical bump—put a June interest rate hike out of reach for the Federal Reserve and probably a July one as well. That leaves September in focus as the next chance for the U.S. central bank to tighten policy—if the data hold... Continued at Bloomberg ...

    Posted by on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 12:11 PM in Economics, Monetary Policy | Permalink  Comments (5)


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