Evans Says One Fed Rate Hike This Year ‘Perhaps’ AppropriateBy
Chicago Fed chief would rather wait for higher inflation
Fed should consider engineering inflation overshoot, he says
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said an interest-rate increase could be warranted this year as the economy picks up steam, even though he’s still worried that inflation is too low.
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