Fed to Return Rates to Zero With U.S. in Recession: James GrantBy
Central bank waited too long before raising rates in December
Economy has likely already stalled amid weak data, Grant said
The U.S. Federal Reserve will be forced to return lending rates to zero after erring in boosting borrowing costs amid a probable recession, said James Grant, editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer.
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