Why The Fed's Crystal Ball Is So FoggyBy
The Federal Reserve's fight for price stability sometimes seems like a struggle against ghosts. The Fed's Feb. 4 decision to nudge up interest rates was based, as much as anything, on a hunch--and an institutional belief that it's better to err on the side of fractionally slower growth than too much inflation.
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