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Fischer Says Fed Needs Help Regarding Low-Rate Risks

What Message Was Embedded In Fischer’s Entire Speech? Human beings tend to look for data that supports their personal bias. This concept applies to interpreting information coming from the Federal Reserve. It would be easy to find portions of Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer’s remarks that support the case for raising rates as well as the [...]
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