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A new Fed nominee could be key to setting rates — but his views make him a wildcard

Federal Reserve Board nominee Marvin Goodfriend is a highly-qualified economist and experienced monetary policymaker formerly at the Richmond Fed. This could make him very influential in an understaffed Fed board that is currently short on economics expertise. Goodfriend has some tendencies that are hawkish on inflation and thus friendly to the rhetoric of conservative Republicans.
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