Larry Meyer: "Inflation Is Stabilizing"

And the ex-central banker doubts the Fed will have to hike rates soon because uncertainty still prevails in the job market

When Laurence Meyer was a Federal Reserve governor, he was sometimes criticized for focusing as much, if not more, on employment as on inflation in his efforts to keep the economy strong and sound. Yet his views were well respected within and without the Fed, where he finished a six-year stint in 2002.

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