Fed Likely to Lose ‘Patience’ This Week, Hike Rates in June

posted by Michael Lewis on March 17, 2015

Found in US, categorized in Growth Outlook and Business Cycle

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This week may well mark the beginning of the end of a Fed era. To be sure, what some officials modestly deem “uncommon monetary policy” will continue -- Yellen has all-but-sworn there will be no rate hike at this FOMC meeting.


FMI’s Commentary about likely changes in FOMC rhetoric in tomorrow’s post-meeting statement.

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