Widening Fed Consensus on Inflation Overshadows Rate-Hike DebateBy
Minutes of July meeting show apathy toward inflation threat
Longer-term uncertainties replace resolved near-term risks
For all of their differences, one thing most Federal Reserve officials seem to agree on is that there’s not much risk of inflation running away from them anytime soon, regardless of what they do with interest rates.
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