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U.S. | 5 February 2019 Six Days Later, We're Still Struggling to Make Sense of the Fed's Thinking
We very much doubt that Fed Chair Powell dramatically changed his position last week because President Trump repeatedly, and publicly, berated him and the idea of further increases in interest rates.

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5 February 2019 Six Days Later, We're Still Struggling to Make Sense of the Fed's Thinking

By Ian Shepherdson

We very much doubt that Fed Chair Powell dramatically changed his position last week because President Trump repeatedly, and publicly, berated him and the idea of further increases in interest rates.

Posted: 5th Feb 2019 in 'U.S.'

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