FOMC Now ‘Patient’ -- 1st Rate Hike Still Likely Mid-2015

posted by Michael Lewis on December 17, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Fiscal Policy

Tags: FMI michael lewis FOMC Yellen rate hike

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If the FOMC changes its rhetoric, but insists that that nothing has changed, has the conduct of monetary policy hit a new low?


FMI’s commentary on today’s FOMC post-meeting statement, updated quarterly forecasts and Yellen news conference.

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