New Faces on FOMC Will Not Shift Policy Direction

posted by Michael Lewis on September 25, 2018

Found in US, categorized in Monetary Policy

Tags: FOMC

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The FOMC has one new face at this week’s meeting. Richard Clarida, a Columbia University professor and former Treasury official in the G.W. Bush administration, was formally approved as a member of the Fed Board of Governors last week. He will also serve


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