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What Job Growth? Weak Employment Trends Kept The Fed Sidelined For Eight Years

Loretta Mester, President of the Cleveland Federal Reserve, described the weaker-than-anticipated September employment report as “solid.” She went on to say that “the unemployment rate is about what my estimate of full employment is.” Meanwhile, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley...
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