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BlogsFed's Barkin (2024 voter) says he is very comfortable with a data-dependent approach, but not yet convinced inflation is on a steady path downward, according to Reuters Sees demand moderating but it may need to cool even more for inflation to come back to the Fed's 2% target. US labour market has moved from "red hot to hot", tough some secondary indicators point to some easing despite a low unemployment rate. Is withholding June meeting rates decision as there is still data to come, uncertainty around bank credit and the debt ceiling

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Darren Krett

Monday 15 May 2023

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Fed's Barkin (2024 voter) says he is very comfortable with a data-dependent approach, but not yet convinced inflation is on a steady path downward, according to Reuters Sees demand moderating but it may need to cool even more for inflation to come back to the Fed's 2% target. US labour market has moved from "red hot to hot", tough some secondary indicators point to some easing despite a low unemployment rate. Is withholding June meeting rates decision as there is still data to come, uncertainty around bank credit and the debt ceiling

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Fed's Mester says new inflation data affirms the case for more Fed rate hikes and it is going to take more tightening for the Fed to get inflation back to 2%; view on inflation and economy has not been changed by the latest data, according to Reuters-image

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Fed's Mester says new inflation data affirms the case for more Fed rate hikes and it is going to take more tightening for the Fed to get inflation back to 2%; view on inflation and economy has not been changed by the latest data, according to Reuters

Fed's Mester says new inflation data affirms the case for more Fed rate hikes and it is going to take more tightening for the Fed to get inflation back to 2%; view on inflation and economy has not been changed by the latest data, according to Reuters

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