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13 October. 2016 The FOMC is Profoundly Split

By Ian Shepherdson

It would not be fair to describe the FOMC as gridlocked, because that would imply no clear way out of the current position. Members' views of the risks to the economy, the state of the labor market, and the degree of inflation risk are all over the map, and the chance of a broad consensus emerging any time soon is slim.

Posted: 12th Oct 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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