Fed Officials Hint ‘Considerable Time’ Rhetoric Ends Next Week

posted by Michael Lewis on December 09, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Fiscal Policy

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Is the FOMC finally going to shed its pledge to wait a “considerable time” before raising interest rates?


FMI’s commentary on today’s WSJ story and signs that the FOMC is preparing drop its pledge to delay hiking rates for a “considerable time” pledge.

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