Pantheon Macroeconomics - For the record, we think the Fed should raise rates in December, given the long lags in monetary policy and the clear strength in the economy, especially the labor market, evident in the pre-hurricane data.

U.K. | 19 September 2017 Four Reasons Why the MPC Likely Will Procrastinate in November
For the record, we think the Fed should raise rates in December, given the long lags in monetary policy and the clear strength in the economy, especially the labor market, evident in the pre-hurricane data.

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19 September 2017 Four Reasons Why the MPC Likely Will Procrastinate in November

By Samuel Tombs

For the record, we think the Fed should raise rates in December, given the long lags in monetary policy and the clear strength in the economy, especially the labor market, evident in the pre-hurricane data.

Posted: 18th Sep 2017 in 'U.K.'

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