Fed's Bullard Says Weak First Quarter Hasn't Altered OutlookBy
Weak growth at start of year may reflect seasonal factors
Inflation is heading up, but expectations remain low, he says
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said a growth slowdown in the first quarter is probably related to seasonal factors and hasn’t fundamentally changed the U.S. economic outlook, as inflation has picked up.
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