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The Fed Who Cried Growth

Submitted by Jonathan Newman via The Mises Institute, The FOMC has consistently overestimated future Fed Funds Rate (FFR) hikes. For a body that prides itself on super-scientific research methods and has teams of economists (self-described) and statisticians, it’s interesting that they can’t even predict their own behavior. The graph is comical. These errors can be either unintentional or intentional.
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