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Why The Fed's Window For A Rate Hike This Year Has Almost Closed

By Daniel Krueger, a reporter for Bloomberg News Janet Yellen would like you to believe she wants to raise interest rates. The labor and inflation numbers explain why she won’t. When looking at the data, the most important things to consider are measures of how close officials are to achieving mandates on full employment and price stability. According to Fed projections, unemployment may fall as low as 4.
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