Beatings will continue until the mood improves, or something.
The Fed could instantly claim victory and pocket the kudos.
Oh, it’s here alright. But we’re a little squeamish about calling it out.
Oh, it’s here alright.
The inflation index the Fed anointed as its yardstick booked two big jumps in a row: May near the top of the range since 2010; April, third largest jump since 2010.
For six months now, folks said the Fed had made a “U-turn” and would cut rates at the “next” meeting, etc. But none of it happened — and might not happen. Here’s why, in Powell’s words.
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The economy is in a “very good place,” says Trump’s man at the Fed. And the Fed’s favorite inflation measure ticks up.
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