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23 June 2017 Fed Officials Cite "Full Employment" but Worry About Recent CPI Data

By Ian Shepherdson

A couple of Fed speakers this week have described the economy as being at "full employment". Looking at the headline unemployment rate, it's easy to see why they would reach that conclusion.

Posted: 22nd Jun 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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