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the bad things it fears don't happen.

U.S. | 21 March 2019 The Fed is Safe Until the Second Half then all Bets are Off
Now that the Fed has abandoned the idea of raising rates this year, despite 3.8% unemployment and accelerating wages, it is very exposed to the risk that the bad things it fears don't happen.

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21 March 2019 The Fed is Safe Until the Second Half then all Bets are Off

By Ian Shepherdson

Now that the Fed has abandoned the idea of raising rates this year, despite 3.8% unemployment and accelerating wages, it is very exposed to the risk that the bad things it fears don't happen.

Posted: 21st Mar 2019 in 'U.S.'

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