Evans Says One Fed Rate Hike This Year ‘Perhaps’ Appropriate

  • Chicago Fed chief would rather wait for higher inflation
  • Fed should consider engineering inflation overshoot, he says

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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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